In this book, the author analyzes the law and practice related to the classification, drafting, validity and application of contracts of jurisdiction and choice. The focus is on English law, Community law and common law measures, but there is also some comparative material. The book will be particularly useful for practicing lawyers wishing to design, interpret or impose the types of contracts discussed, but the in-depth discussion will also be valuable for academic lawyers specializing in private international law. This book was written by an academic, who is also a practicing lawyer, and discusses in detail how the instruments and principles of private international law can be used to settle cross-border or multi-court disputes. It examines the application and application of the Brussels Regulation, the Rome Convention and the Hague Convention on Exclusive Choice of Court Agreements in such disputes, but it also examines court judgments and decisions in important cases such as Turner vs. Grovit, Union Discount vs. Zoller and De Wolf vs. Cox. with instructions, inter alia, on the design of agreements (including certain model clauses), on the salvatoriale clause, agreement and dispute settlement by arbitration procedure. . . .