Rajat Lal

Faculty of Law, Monash University

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Rajat Lal is a final year Juris Doctor candidate at the Faculty of Law, Monash University, and is an incoming graduate at the international commercial law firm Ashurst. Rajat has a strong interest in all areas of international arbitration law and transnational law (including both international commercial arbitration law and investment arbitration law), as well as a strong interest in financial services regulation law.

Posts by Rajat Lal

CISG Opt-Outs and Ascertaining Party Intent: A Back-to-Basics Perspective

Two of this year’s contributions to Transnational Litigation Blog have addressed the intellectually stimulating but also practically pressing issue of identifying when, and how, commercial parties can exclude the United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods from their international sales agreements. In Professor John Coyle’s CISG Opt-Outs and Party Intent, Professor…

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