Arbitration Law

Semester 2

Total number of hours : 30


The course will provide a detailed analysis of arbitration agreements, arbitral proceedings, the constitution of the arbitral tribunal, the powers and duties of arbitrators, the qualities of arbitrators, The role of national courts into the arbitration proceedings, arbitral awards and the recognition and the enforcement of arbitral awards.

Students will learn about ad hoc and institutional arbitrations. They will look at the specificities of investment arbitration and ICC arbitration.

The students will take an active role in a Moot arbitration

Contrôles des connaissances

Assessment :
a) Individual written assignment(s) (50% of module grade).
b) Final in-class exam (50% of module grade).

Further information

Teacher : Nathalie Potin