International Commercial Arbitration (21283). 2 units. International commercial arbitration has increased as a function of world trade. This seminar will examine systematically and comparatively, through statutes, rules, national and international cases, and treaties, the establishment, operation, and implementation of awards of international arbitration tribunals; the role of national courts in compelling, facilitating, and enforcing or vacating arbitral awards; and policies currently under consideration for changing arbitral practices. Enrollment will be limited to twenty. Scheduled examination* or paper option. Permission of the instructors required. Y. Banifatemi and E. Gaillard.
Note: This class will meet on Monday and Wednesday, 6:10 until 8 pm for six weeks beginning on January 23. There will be an additional meeting on Thursday, January 26, 6:10-8 pm, in room 111. * The "scheduled examination" will actually take place during the class meeting on February 27, which will be a double session extended for an additional two hours to allow time for the evaluation exercises.
SLB - 110 (Mon) SLB - 110 (Wed) Grade mode: graded CRN: 23159
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