Advocacy in International Commercial Arbitration (LAW-795FF-001)
Michael Jaffe, Jack Mckay
Meets Monday and Tuesday from 6:00pm - 9:00pm; Wednesday meets 1:00pm - 8:00pm (3 25 minutes breacks). 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.
This workshop is designed to provide advanced students and practitioners with essential skills to cross-examine witnesses. Participants will improve their skills under the rigorous scrutiny of arbitration practitioners. Members of the faculty will conduct training on cross-examination skills. Each participant will take turns acting on behalf of the claimant and the respondent. The panel members will analyze each performance and make suggestions for improvement at the end of the hearing. Prerequisites for WCL students: Having taken or being enrolled in the following courses: International Commercial Arbitration (Grigera Naón & Frutos Peterson) Introduction to the Practice of International Commercial Arbitration (Sasson & Shore)
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