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The demand for international commercial arbitration has increased significantly over the last 20 years. Empirical surveys conducted consistently report figures that suggest around 60% of businesses prefer arbitration over other dispute resolution methods.
Seminar topics have been chosen to give students a good knowledge of international commercial arbitration law. The topics covered will be: (1) Arbitration Agreement and Arbitral Jurisdiction (2) The Role of the Seat (3) Applicable Substantive Law (4) The Arbitral Tribunal (5) Arbitral Procedure and Evidence (6) The Arbitral Award.
The course also provides a lecture on the introduction to international commercial arbitration.
|Session||First Sub Session||Credit Points||30 credits (15 ECTS credits)|
The demand for international commercial arbitration has increased significantly over the last 30 years. Empirical surveys conducted consistently report figures that suggest around 90% of businesses prefer arbitration, with or without other alternative dispute resolution methods, over international litigation. Hence, it is becoming more and more important for law students to get acquainted with the international arbitration framework.
This course explores the theoretical and practical underpinnings of arbitral law and provides students with a holistic view on different aspects of the arbitral procedure.
The main substantive topics are:
(1) Arbitration Agreement and Arbitral Jurisdiction,
(2) The Role of the Seat,
(3) Applicable Substantive Law,
(4) The Arbitral Tribunal,
(5) Arbitral Procedure and Evidence,
(6) The Arbitral Award.
The topics have been chosen to give students a good knowledge of international commercial arbitration law. The teaching pattern comprises recorded lectures and seminars at which the above-mentioned topics are discussed in depth. Besides the essential reading for the lectures, students are provided with relevant case law and different scenarios/questions for discussion at seminars.
Information on contact teaching time is available from the course guide.
2000 words essay 40%
3000 words essay 60%
Resubmission of failed assessment
There are no assessments for this course.
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