Arbitration in Italy was founded in 2015 by Roberto Oliva as a blog.
The underlying idea was that of spreading arbitration culture in Italy and, in that way, boosting arbitration practice in our country.
Over the years, various issues were addressed, and approximately 100 articles were published.
The visitors of the blog have steadily increased over time, and Arbitration in Italy gained the trust of numerous readers.
As of 2020, Arbitration in Italy has become a journal. Or rather, two journals: Arbitration in Italy, the English version (ISSN 2732-5687), and Arbitrato in Italia, the Italian version (ISSN 2732-5695).
The purpose did not change: we always intend to publish accurate – but still understandable even for the layman – articles on arbitration and thus contribute to its spread.