Arbitration PracticeThis is an arbitration practice course which will deal with the justice considerations in choosing arbitration, whether it be a domestic or international arbitration; the ethical considerations involved in the process from the perspective of both the advocate and neutral; and practice considerations and issues involved with respect to arbitration advocacy, discovery, motions, evidence and hearings. The seminar will include simulations to familiarize students with this process and from time to time an expert in a particular phase of arbitration will be asked to participate in the seminar.
Does this course satisfy the writing requirement? No
Does this course satisfy the skills requirement? Yes
When is this course offered? Fall and Spring semesters
Is this course open to LL.M. students? Yes
Do the credits of this course count toward the specialized program credits that students need for the Banking, Corporate & Finance Law LL.M. Program? Yes
Additional information: The grade in the seminar will be based on a take home examination and class participation.
|Partial list of professors who teach or have taught this course:|
|Feerick, John D.||Spring 2010|