Summer Session: Courses

Note: The courses below are available for academic credit or for a Certificate of Attendance/CLE credit .

May 26-29
Tuesday-Friday
6-9pm

Investor-State Arbitration: Current Developments
(1 credit)
Teaching: Jean Kalicki and a Team of ICSID Experts.
Provides an overview of arbitration under Investment Treaties – including NAFTA (chapter 11) arbitration – and ICSID Arbitration of Disputes under Investment Treaties. The course will also address “hot topics” in Investor-State Arbitration including transparency and third party participation, denial of justice and resort to local courts, provisional measures, parallel proceedings and diplomatic protection, substantive issues in annulment proceedings, proposals for appeal mechanisms, and enforcement of awards.

 


May 26-29
Tuesday-Friday,
1-4pm

Arbitraje Comercial Internacional ( Spanish only)
(1 crédito)
Profesor: Horacio Grigera Naón and Claudia Frutos peterson
El curso tiene por objeto brindar una introducción general al arbitraje comercial internacional e incluye los siguientes temas: elementos básicos del arbitraje internacional, el acuerdo arbitral, cómo redactar una cláusula de arbitraje, el derecho aplicable, inicio del arbitraje, la constitución y organización del tribunal arbitral, imparcialidad e independencia de los árbitros, conducción del proceso, audiencias arbitrales y reconocimiento y ejecución de los laudos arbitrales.

 

May 26-29
Tuesday-Friday,
2-5pm

Nuts and Bolts of International Commercial Arbitration
(1 credit)
Teaching: Ronald Goodman, Loukas Mistelis
Provides a general overview of international commercial arbitration focusing on the following key issues: general explanation of the different institutions and rules of arbitration, institutional and ad-hoc arbitration, when to arbitrate and when to litigate, how to draft an arbitration clause.

 

June 1-5
Mo, Tu, We and Fr,
6-8pm
Th, 5-9pm

Advanced Seminar: Practical Skills and Cross-Examination in International Arbitration
(1 credit)
Teaching: David Wagoner and Jose Astigarraga
Offers a practical view of the international arbitration process from the constitution of the arbitral tribunal to the preparation of the award. Lectures on key aspects of the process will be followed by role playing.

Note: This course includes the Advanced Seminar: Cross-Examination in International Arbitration

 

June 8-11
Monday-Thursday
2-5pm

International Arbitration and Choice-of-Law Issues
(1 credit)
Teaching: Horacio Grigera Naón
Deals with practical aspects of choice-of-law problems in international arbitration cases concerning both the procedure and the merits.

   

June 8-11
Monday-Thursday
6-9pm
Salient Issues in ICC Arbitration
(1 credit)
Teaching: Eduardo Silva Romero
The course will address organization of the ICC Court and its Secretariat; main aspects of the ICC rules of Arbitration; selection, confirmation, challenge and replacement of arbitrators; multi-party and complex arbitration issues; granting of interim and conservatory measures; organization of the procedure; ICC’s Terms of Reference; parallel arbitration proceedings; and, will analyze specific ICC cases to illustrate how procedural and substantive law issues are dealt with in practice in ICC arbitration.