HKIAC Internship Clinic (5203LAW)

Students will undertake a 6 week internship at the Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre, where they gain experience in: reading, commenting on and drafting documents or correspondence related to current cases; researching materials and draft documents for use at lectures, seminars, workshops, public presentations, facilitations and special visits; assisting with the planning and attendance at the abovementioned events; undertaking individual research projects, to the extent possible designed to suit their individual interests and abilities; and interacting with the HKIAC's international network of thinkers, researchers, facilitators, mediators and arbitrators, as well as members of the Secretariat and other interns of different nationalities. Students will be assessed on the basis of a 50% reflective journal completed while in Hong Kong, and a 50% presentation upon their return to Brisbane." NOTE: ENROLMENT IN THIS COURSE IS THROUGH A SELECTION PROCESS UNDERTAKEN BY THE COURSE CONVENOR. THIS PROCESS WILL BE EXPLAINED AT THE CONCLUSION OF THE PREREQUISITE COURSE, 5177LAW (INTERNATIONAL ARBITRATION). Prerequisite: 5177LAW International Arbitration

Course study information

Credit points (awarded)

10 (10)

Study level

Student contribution band

Band 3

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