International Arbitration: Process and Procedure
Delve into the arbitration process with the College of Law
The arbitration procedure contains distinct phases to enable parties to settle a dispute without having to go to court.
On this five-week course, you’ll develop your knowledge and skills in the international arbitration process and procedure.
Guided by expert practitioners from the College of Law (Col), you’ll gain insights into best practices and real-world scenarios to help you build career-ready arbitration skills.
What’s more, this course can lead to credit in Col’s International Arbitration Practice and is also a pathway to becoming a Member (MCIArb) of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (CIArb).
Explore arbitration proceedings
You start by delving into the procedural framework. This will help you unpack representation, legal professional privilege, offers to settle, and more.
With this knowledge, you’ll understand how international arbitration works and the various stages of the process.
Gain crucial skills to become an arbitrator
Next, you’ll learn how to combine different resolution methods in the arbitral process.
You’ll gain a global perspective as you explore the process through the lens of various countries. This will enable you to make informed decisions about resolution options.
Develop an understanding of an arbitral tribunal
You’ll then delve into the relationship between the arbitral process and the national court.
This exploration will help you understand how to challenge the jurisdiction of the arbitral tribunal – an essential skill for navigating the complexities of international arbitration.
Finally, you’ll gain the practical know-how to represent a claimant in arbitration proceedings. Armed with this knowledge, you’ll finish the course with confidence and ready to advance as a successful arbitrator.
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...
- Apply international arbitration knowledge to prepare and respond to written submissions in arbitration proceedings.
- Evaluate legal arguments and frameworks to advise clients on arbitration strategy, risks, and prospects of success in international arbitration.
- Apply effective communication and interpersonal skills to advise clients on issues relating to international arbitration and state-investor arbitration.
Who is the course for?
This course is designed for legal practitioners working in international law or those looking to change their practice area.
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