The Supreme Court has vastly expanded the applicability of arbitration legislation, making it applicable to many types of contracts to which the application of the revocability doctrine would make better sense. This article corrects the misunderstanding of the policies served by the common law rule and suggests the rule's revival for application to many of the contracts to which the Supreme Court has expanded the application of the Federal Arbitration Act.
Paul D. Carrington and Paul Y. Castle,
The Revocability of Contract Provisions Controlling Resolution of Future Disputes Between the Parties,
67 Law and Contemporary Problems
Available at: http://scholarship.law.duke.edu/lcp/vol67/iss1/8