Last modified: 27 Feb 2018 17:22
Arbitration is growing in popularity as a dispute resolution method across a variety of sectors, and internationally. The law in this area is technical and complex, and a full understanding of how it operates is essential for anyone advising clients, or framing contracts carrying arbitration clauses
|Session||Second Sub Session||Credit Points||30 credits (15 ECTS credits)|
The following subjects will be covered:
The Arbitration Agreement
Sources of Arbitral Rules: Legislative and Institutional
Jurisdiction of the Arbitral Tribunal
Appointment of Arbitrators
The Arbitral Process Pre-Hearing
The Arbitral Hearing
The Award and Challenge
Enforcement of the Award.
Information on contact teaching time is available from the course guide.
Online interaction - 20% of the overall grade; Coursework - 40% of the overall grade; Exam- 40% of the overall grade.
Students may resit the examination and/or coursework assessment, as directed by the course co-ordinator, where non-submission or failure is due to good cause. In such a case, the resit is treated as a first diet.
Where no good cause exists, students may resit the examination and/or coursework submission, as directed by the course co-ordinator, in respect of only one course per academic year of study. In such a case, the grade is capped at a D3.
There are no assessments for this course.
Feedback will be provided on all online activities and coursework submissions, as a matter of routine. Students will have the opportunity for feedback on examination performance. Students will be encouraged to use feedback in future assessments. Areas for improvement will be identified.