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Course Name International Commercial Arbitration
Course Code BLIS 6298
Course Section A
Course Credits 6.0
Course Description

The course provides an in-depth introduction to the law and practice of international commercial arbitration that will familiarize students with the legal framework, the role of the courts and arbitral institutions, the main elements of effective arbitration agreements, the selection of the tribunal and challenges to members of the tribunal, jurisdictional issues, interim measures, pre-hearing procedure and the conduct of the evidentiary hearing, the award and how it may be challenged or enforced.

Specialization International Business Law
Status Core
Elective for Canadian Common Law
CPD Hours
NCA Status N/A
Instructors -
Term Summer 2018
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Location Osgoode Hall - 4700 Keele St
Presentation Format In-person
Method of Evaluation TBA
Program Format TBA
Available for SCE Yes

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