On the tenth anniversary of Letters Blogatory, my colleague Ted Folkman (to whom I express my admiration and gratitude for his brilliant and hard work with this blog) invited me to write some comments on international judicial assistance (IJA) ten years from now. I am not drawing a line here between what I wish, what I suggest, and what I really think is going to happen. The first thing I foresee in ten years is Letters Blogatory celebrating its twenties, with many more readers and a broader scope. It is already a worldwide source of information on the subject. IJA’s relevance will increase. I don’t know if there is going to be more litigation, but I think that judicial and arbitral litigation will become…

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