Webinar about the online and hybrid LL.M. in International Arbitration and Business Law
June 25, 2020, at 12pm, EST available at this link
Listen to the introductory comments by the academic director of the LL.M. program, Prof. Horacio Grigera Naon, and pose any question you may have about the program, the curriculum, the opportunities it creates, and any other question that you may have about taking the important step of furthering your education and professional credentials through this specialized program.
The LL.M. in International Arbitration and Business Law is a flexible degree program designed for professionals and law graduates interested in commercial cross-border transactions and dispute settlement through arbitration. Participants in this program have the option to take the courses:
- fully in-residence (all 24 credits on campus in Washington, D.C.)
- hybrid with some classes in-residence in Washington, D.C. and some online
- fully online (an entirely virtual degree)
The faculty are accomplished arbitrators, practitioners, academics, and representatives from arbitral institutions. The specialized faculty also draws form the prominent Center on International Commercial Arbitration at AUWCL, directed by Professor Horacio Grigera Naon. They bring a broad spectrum of practical experience to the classroom. The direct interaction and engagement with this exceptional faculty enables students in this LL.M. program to build valuable professional relationships.
The core courses of this LL.M. degree cover the fundamentals of international arbitration and business law, and include commercial and investment arbitration, alternative dispute resolution, international business transactions, international contracts and sales, and international investment law. The key electives complement the core courses and cover certain focus areas, such as choice-of-law issues in international arbitration, ICC arbitration, the calculation of damages in arbitration, mediation, negotiation, and international contract drafting.
#4in Int'l Legal Specialty (US News & World Report)
A+Graded by Prelaw Magazine
+25Best Schools for Foreign-Trained Lawyers
100+Full-Time and Adjunct Faculty in International Law
50+Countries Represented in the LL.M. Annually
4000+LL.M. Alumni Worldwide