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Fall 2013
LAW338  A  BASIC CONCEPTS IN INTERNATIONAL ARBITRATION

Course Description
This is an intensive course intended for two types of students: those who are generally interested in international business transactions and want an overview of the most frequent method for resolving contractual disputes, and those who are intending to go on to take more intensive courses in the field. This course is a prerequisite or recommended for the following courses:

Fall Semester:
International Commercial Arbitration from the United States Perspective Seminar (recommended)
New York Convention Seminar (required)
Federal & State Arbitration (recommended)

Spring Semester:
Advanced Arbitration Seminar (prerequisite)
International Arbitration in Latin America (recommended)
Investment Arbitration (recommended)
Presentation of Evidence in International Arbitration (recommended)


Course Schedule
Offering Dates: 08-26-2013 - 09-04-2013  

Dates Day Time Room
08-26-2013 - 08-29-2013   MTWR  12:30 PM-1:50 PM F309
08-30-2013 - 08-30-2013   F  12:30 PM-3:30 PM F309
09-03-2013 - 09-04-2013   TW  12:30 PM-1:50 PM F309

Course Frequency
This course is usually offered once every academic year

Course Information

Credits: 1
Pass/Fail Option: Yes
Prerequisite:
Grading: Graded
Method of Evaluation: Final Exam
Graduation Requirements Fulfilled By Course:
General
Special Attributes:
Short Course
Special Restrictions:
Law Track(s):
Business & Taxation - Specialized
International & Comparative Law - Specialized
Litigation - Related
Bar Subject(s):

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Professor(s)

PAULSSON, JAN


Biography
Contact Information:
Email: jpaulsson@law.miami.edu
Phone: (305)284-5638
Office: G366