International Commercial Arbitration Seminar (LAW-789-001)
Horacio Grigera-Naon, Claudia Frutos-Peterson
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This three credit course will concentrate on the theoretical and practical knowledge needed to handle arbitral cases either as counsel or arbitrator, both from the substantive and procedural law standpoint. The course will explore different issues arising in the conduct of international arbitrations and the making and enforcement of arbitral awards by focusing on arbitration awards, court decisions in the area of arbitration, the interaction between national courts and international arbitral tribunals, national arbitration statutes, international arbitration treaties and the arbitral rules of leading international arbitration institutions. Students will be required to: 1.Make an individual or joint class presentation 2.Read class materials 3.Participate fully in class discussions
Textbooks and Other Materials
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A four volume course packet will be available at the Copy Center (approx. $100). Materials will be also posted at MyWCL. No additional textbook is required.
First Class Readings
First class reading will be available at MyWCL.
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