Course Information

Course Number

206

Credits

3

International Arbitration

In today's global economy, parties to cross-border commercial transactions increasingly choose to resolve their disputes through arbitration. This course introduces students to the law and practice of international arbitration. Among other things, the course will consider the formation and enforcement of arbitration agreements; the conduct of arbitral proceedings; the recognition and enforcement of arbitral awards; the international conventions, national laws, and institutional arbitration rules that govern the arbitral process and the enforcement of arbitration agreements and awards; the strategic issues that arise in the course of international arbitration proceedings; and the practical benefits (and disadvantages) of arbitration.


Please note that course organization and content may vary substantially from semester to semester and descriptions are not necessarily professor specific. Please contact the instructor directly if you have particular course-related questions.

Sections/Instructors

Ralf Michaels
International Arbitration 206.01
Spring 2015

Julie Maupin
International Arbitration 206.01
Spring 2014
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Julie Maupin
International Arbitration 206.01
Spring 2013
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Rachael D. Kent
International Arbitration 206.01
Spring 2012
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Rachael D. Kent
International Arbitration 206.01
Spring 2011
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FAST TRACK: Will meet 2/4/11-3/25/11.

Rachael D. Kent
International Arbitration 206.01
Spring 2009
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Rachael D. Kent
International Arbitration 206.01
Spring 2008
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