From Center for American Progress :
That agenda, which includes changes to Appellate Body procedure  limiting the discretion of judges and the creation of an alternative dispute resolution body  on an opt-in basis runs the risk of entrenching the WTO’s shift away from a negotiating forum toward a kind of quasi-judicial body that produces more litigation than cooperation.
- “Center for American Progress”: https://www.americanprogress.org/issues/economy/news/2020/07/29/488261/wto-reform-must-start-top/
- “changes to Appellate Body procedure”: https://www.rstreet.org/2019/12/09/wto-appellate-body-reform-proposals-urged/#:~:text=The%20Walker%20Principles%20address%20six,subject%20to%20appeal%3B%20the%20Appellate
- “alternative dispute resolution body”: https://www.ft.com/content/8714fb22-ae1b-11e9-8030-530adfa879c2