IBA e-books

How to access your e-book

Two versions of the e-book are available to download.

Click on the relevant device below for further instructions on downloading your e-book:

1.       Compatible with a Kindle, Kindle Fire, or the Kindle app (.mobi)

2.       Compatible with iPad, iPhone and other major e-readers. Can also be viewed on a desktop (.epub)

Ensure you select the right version before purchasing your e-book.

Once you have bought an e-book from the IBA shop it will be available for download
from the ‘shop orders’ section of your MyIBA account.

Current Issues and Future Challenges in International Arbitration

 

The IBA has launched an e-book: Current Issues and Future Challenges in International Arbitration. The book examines the present state of international arbitration, looking at both established seats and those in emerging jurisdictions and assessing the relationship between the two: will newer seats threaten the position of those that are more established, or do they boost this growing area of practice?

The book also tackles some of the key issues currently facing international arbitration. It puts forward proposals for reform of investment treaty arbitration and considers the question of ethics and regulation.

Contributors represent the international arbitration community, and include Jan Paulson, Emmanuel Gaillard and IBA President David W Rivkin. 

View full table of contents.


IBA e-books are available to purchase from the IBA shop in two formats:

Compatible with: Kindle, Kindle Fire, or the Kindle app (.mobi)

Compatible with: iPad, iPhone and other major e-readers, or desktop (.epub)

 

 

Kindle

The easiest way to transfer an e-book to your Kindle is by downloading the e-book file (.mobi) from MyIBA to your PC and then transferring the file to your Kindle device.

  • Download the file from MyIBA and opt to save it to your computer.
  • Connect your Kindle to the PC using its USB cable.
  • A window will appear, choose ‘open folder to view files’.
  • A new window will open containing a group of folders, including ‘documents’.
  • Drag and drop the newly-downloaded e-book file into the documents folder.
  • The e-book should now appear in the ‘My Items’ list on your Kindle.

To make the process easier, you can download ‘Send to Kindle’ to your PC http://www.amazon.com/gp/sendtokindle/pc

‘Send to Kindle’ allows you to transfer any document from your PC to your Kindle by right clicking on the file and selecting ‘Send to Kindle’ and then selecting your device. Your Kindle needs to be registered to an Amazon account in order for this to work.

 

Kindle Fire

You can use the browser on the Kindle Fire to download the e-book file directly to the device. You will then need to manually move the file from ‘downloads’ to ‘books’, which requires a specialist app. You could try ES File Explorer: http://www.amazon.co.uk/ES-Mobile-File-Explorer/dp/B008K6HN8I

 

Kindle app

  • Navigate to your MyIBA Account using your device’s browser.
  • Download the e-book file directly onto your device.
  • Select the ‘open in kindle’ option.
  • The file will open in the Kindle app.

 

iPad/ iPhone

  • Navigate to your MyIBA Account using your device’s browser.
  • Download the e-book file (.epub) directly onto your iPad or iPhone.
  • Select the ‘open in iBooks’ option.
  • The file will open automatically using iBooks.

 

View on desktop

It is possible to view the e-book on your desktop. There are a variety of ways to do this. Here are some suggestions:

Adobe Digital Editions (http://www.adobe.com/uk/products/digital-editions/download.html)

FireFox e-book extension (compatible with the Firefox internet browser) https://addons.mozilla.org/en-GB/firefox/addon/epubreader/

Readium for the Chrome internet browser: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/readium/fepbnnnkkadjhjahcafoaglimekefifl/related