This course introduces students to the concept of arbitration as a method of dispute resolution in public and private international disputes. There will be an initial focus on public international law disputes followed by a more extensive engagement with private, or commercial, international disputes and international commercial law. Prerequisites Bachelor of Laws students: 1029LAW Contracts 1 OR 1014LAW Contracts and Civil Obligations 1; 1030LAW Contracts 2 OR 1015LAW Contracts and Civil Obligations 2. Prerequisites Juris Doctor students: Nil.
Online Trimester 2
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