|Essay Requirement||No, this course will not satisfy the Faculty of Law essay requirement|
|Pre/Co-requisite||none , but courses in Contract Law, Commercial Law, Civil Litigation and Conflicts of Law will provide useful background.|
|Instruction||Lectures, class discussion and student presentations.|
|Assessment|| 20% class participation.
50% written submission to a mock arbitral tribunal (commonly known in practice as a "Memorial" or "Skeleton Argument") of not more than 20 pages.
30% oral presentation of the written submission to a mock arbitral tribunal.
|Materials|| Redfern & Hunter on International Arbitration (5th Edition, student version, Oxford University Press, 2009)
A selection of recent cases of the Canadian, American and United Kingdom Supreme Courts.
|Library Materials||Click here for Library Materials for this Course|
|Description|| An overview of the law and practice of international commercial arbitration, from the agreement to arbitrate through appointment of arbitrators, conduct of arbitral proceedings and enforcement of arbitral awards under international treaties such as the New York Convention 1958 and the Washington Convention 1965.
The course will explore: