International Commercial Arbitration
BB69-05 Course Duration: 4 hours Number of points allocated: 4 point
- 280 British pounds£280
Course objectives are: The course introduces the key elements of international commercial arbitration. The course unpacks the international practice where emphasis is placed on international documents such as the UNCITRAL Model Law on International Commercial Arbitration , the New York Convention , and the approach of leading jurisdictions, including UAE and the DIFC courts. Course outcomes: • Gain a sound understanding of the principle of autonomy and its significance to the legitimacy and functioning of international arbitration • Appreciate the importance of the arbitration agreements, and the role of national courts in giving effect to it. • To gain a good grasp of the constitution of the tribunal and the conduct of the proceedings. • Appreciate the importance of procedural due process including the arbitrator’s duty to remain impartial. • Gain knowledge of the grounds upon which it is possible to challenge the validity of the arbitral award at the seat of arbitration. • The enforcement of foreign arbitral awards. Delivery: 3 hours lectures, and 1 hour of problem solving and group discussion
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One to one virtual meeting England, United Kingdom