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International Commercial Arbitration

Course Abbreviation: 
INTR 984
Credits: 
3
Credit Only: N Anon Gr: Y

This course explores the legal frameworks, as well as the strategic considerations, practical skills and policy considerations that are implicated in international arbitration law and practice. International arbitration is the default means by which international commercial disputes are resolved. The effectiveness of its processes and outcomes are assured through a complex interaction of international treaties, national laws, contractual agreements, specialized procedural rules, and international customs and practice norms. The regime is designed to strike an appropriate balance between party autonomy with the sovereign and transnational regulatory interests implicated in disputes. In addition to the doctrinal and practical aspects of international arbitration, this course will also explore the larger trends and theoretical questions raised in contemporary debates about the future of international arbitration.  This course is one that will satisfy the prerequisite for participation in the Vis Moot Competition.

Prerequisites: 
None
Faculty: 
Catherine A. Rogers,