International Arbitration & Choice of Law Issues (LAW-795-017)
Horacio Grigera Naon
Meets from 6/12-6/15. Students may earn academic credit for up to two credits per week in the summer semester (excluding full semester courses). This course counts toward the two credit per week limit. To register, email email@example.com.
International Arbitration and Choice-of-Law Issues is a one-credit course offered in the context of the International Arbitration Summer Session. The course – essentially based on the analysis of arbitral awards – focuses on the applicable law or rules of law to the different legal issues subject to the determinations of international arbitrators. Additionally the course teaches how the different approaches to choice-of-law problems influence arbitral solutions in regard to procedural matters and the merits of the dispute.
Textbooks and Other Materials
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Class materials will be available two weeks before the class starts through MyWCL at https://my.wcl.american.edu Exam information available at https://www.wcl.american.edu/arbitration/examinfo09.cfm
First Class Readings
Class materials will be available two weeks before the class starts through MyWCL at https://my.wcl.american.edu