Choice of Law Issues in International Arbitration (LAW-677S-001)
Horacio Grigera Naón
Readings will be available May 15, 2022 in Canvas. A Certificate will be awarded to students who take 3 credits of arbitration summer courses.
The course focuses on choice-of-law problems observed by international arbitrators when resolving disputes as viewed from the perspective of the general theory of conflict-of-laws (private international law).Addresses the organization of the ICC Court and its Secretariat and main aspects of the ICC rules of Arbitration. Students also analyze specific ICC cases to discover how procedural and substantive law issues are dealt with in practice in ICC arbitration.
Textbooks and Other Materials
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Exam: Take-home Exam: Students may download the 24-hour take-home exam seven days after the last day of classes. The exam will be available from 23 June to 20 July 2022 in either Canvas or MyWCL.
First Class Readings
ICC Case No. 1512 of 1971: Second Preliminary Award of January 14, 1970. ICC Case No. 3572 of 1982: Final Award. ICC Case No. 4695 of 1984: Interim Award.
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