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This course is an elective course, developed to be integral in the Masters of Dispute Resolution.  However, given the practical applicability of the subject matter, it provides an excellent complement to any Masters in Law program.

Main Topics

  • Development of international mediation and comparative approaches to mediation.
  • Presence of non-adjudicative dispute resolution procedures in institutional rules.
  • Issues arising out of the multiplication of procedures for the settlement of international disputes.
  • Arbitration of private and mixed disputes- trends in arbitration; applicable law and institutions.
  • Dispute resolution clauses and arbitration agreements.
  • Investment Treaty Arbitration.
  • The process of arbitration and enforcement and challenge of awards.
  • Judicial jurisdiction in cases involving international business transactions.
  • Provisional remedies and procedural problems in transnational business litigation.
Faculty Faculty of Law
Study Level


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Conditions for Enrolment

Prerequisite: Academic Program must be either 9200, 9235, or 9201

Course Outline

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Pre-2019 Handbook Editions

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