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This course looks at commercial arbitration from a comparative and international perspective.

Over the last 50 years, arbitration has emerged as the key method for the settlement of commercial disputes involving a foreign element. The course looks at how arbitration has developed and at questions of applicable law and procedures.

A related course is Regulation and Infrastructure of International Commercial Arbitration.

Module A: Applicable law issues in arbitration


Module B: Procedure and evidence in arbitration


Module C: Jurisdictional issues in arbitration


Module D: Arbitration award – form, content, challenge and enforcement



Each module is assessed by a 45-minute unseen written exam.


Students are required to attempt Module A first.

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