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Advocacy-Intl Arbitration (Pre- or Co-requisite LAW-795-019) (LAW-795FF-001)
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Meets: 09:00 AM - 06:00 PM (FS) - Room 415

Enrolled: 3 / Limit: 20


Notices

Meets 6/14-15 (Meets F 9AM-6PM; (S 9A-2P); Pre- or co-requisite LAW-795-019, Practical Skills & Cross Examination in Intl Arb

Description

This 12-hours session (Friday, June 14, 9:00am to 5:00pm and Saturday, June 15, 9:00am to 2:00pm) is designed to provide advanced students and practitioners with essential skills to examine and cross-examine witnesses based on a mock arbitration case. Participants will improve their skills under the rigorous scrutiny of renowned arbitration practitioners. Members of the faculty will conduct training on examination skills with the help of audio-visual and video-tape equipment. These exercises will be carried out against the backdrop of the mock case. Each participant will take turns acting on behalf of the claimant, the respondent, and the witness. The panel members will analyze each performance and make suggestions for improvement at the end of the hearing. Prerequisites for WCL students: 1) Application of Intl Arbitration Fundamentals (LAW- 982-001) 2) Having taken or being enrolled in the course Practical Skills & Cross-Examination (LAW-795-019) General prerequisite: 1) Having taken or being enrolled in the course Practical Skills & Cross-Examination (LAW-795-019) EXAM: TBD

Textbooks and Other Materials

The textbook information on this page was provided by the instructor. Students should use this information when considering purchases from the AU Campus Store or other vendors. Students may check here to determine if books are currently available for purchase at the AU Campus Store.

Class materials will be available on MyWCL around May 20. If you would like to have access to these materials beforehand, please send an email to arbitration@wcl.american.edu.

First Class Readings

See "Textbooks and Other Materials." The syllabus will be available beginning May 1. Please direct all your questions regarding this course to arbitration@wcl.american.edu.