This seminar will provide advanced studies of selected topics of both theoretical and practical interest in international commercial arbitration. Classes will meet once a week for two hours. Specific topics and reading materials will be posted on the courseweb. After three weeks of classes, students will choose from among a list of Optional Topics, or may formulate a topic of their own choice in the consultation with the teacher, and take the lead in presenting those topics for discussion during class. Each student will be required to submit a paper on the topic he or she has selected. This seminar is intended for students who have completed an overview course on international commercial arbitration, or who are otherwise generally familiar with the field.
Section Offerings for 2012-13
|L8137-001||13S||Advanced International Commercial Arbitration|
|R. Smit||T 4:20 PM-6:10 PM||WJWH 101|
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