International Arbitration: Frameworks and Drafting an Arbitration Agreement
Develop skills in drafting an arbitration agreement and providing client advice
Embarking on a career as an international arbitrator requires a solid foundation, and an arbitration agreement is a key component in this field.
On this five-week course, you’ll gain crucial skills to draft an arbitration agreement and provide expert written advice. This knowledge will help you become a confident and successful international arbitrator.
This course is part of a series which acts as a pathway to becoming a Member (MCIArb) of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (CIArb). The College of Law is the only Recognised Course Provider (RCP) of CIArb in Australasia, ensuring that your education aligns with the highest industry standards.
Discover the history of arbitration
You’ll start by delving into the history of arbitration to understand its advantages and disadvantages as a dispute resolution method.
Next, you’ll learn the details of how international arbitration works. This will help you understand how it should be administered as well as the factors to consider when choosing an arbitration institution.
Gain practical skills to advance as an arbitrator
On the course, you’ll master the fundamental concepts that underpin the arbitration process. This includes confidentiality, privacy, and the validity of an arbitration agreement.
What’s more, you’ll develop practical expertise in drafting an arbitration agreement as you discover the essential and advisable elements in an arbitration agreement for international disputes.
Master alternative dispute resolution
Finally, you’ll develop essential written communication skills to help you advise your client.
Guided by the experts at College of Law, you’ll finish the course with a strong foundation of knowledge and a versatile skill set ready to excel in international arbitration.
Learning on this course
On every step of the course you can meet other learners, share your ideas and join in with active discussions in the comments.
What will you achieve?
By the end of the course, you‘ll be able to...
- Investigate alternative dispute resolution (ADR) laws and institutions and models and mechanisms for dispute resolution in ASEAN +6 countries.
- Discuss the availability of arbitration in ASEAN +6 countries.
- Evaluate the rules of the key arbitral institutions in ASEAN +6 countries.
- Debate arguments for and against the use of arbitration for resolving commercial disputes.
- Identify essential elements in an arbitration agreement for international disputes.
Who is the course for?
This course is designed for professionals looking to take their next career step.
It will be most beneficial for legal practitioners currently working in international law or those who would like to move into arbitration as a new area of practice.
Do you know someone who'd love this course? Tell them about it...
Learners who joined this course have also enjoyed these courses.