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International Arbitration

Course Number: LAW 6930 Credits: 2

Today an ever increasing number of business transactions have some international component. When disputes arise in cross border transactions, the parties often prefer a neutral form of dispute resolution over the national courts of either party. For this reason international arbitration is often the preferred dispute resolution process. This course will introduce students to the specialized area of international arbitration. It will be taught largely by practitioners who in addition to covering the underlying legal framework will also discuss practical skills. This course will include an experiential component.