918 SP International Law: International Commercial Arbitration - §001, Fall 2010

Categories: International and Comparative Law Business, Corporate, Commercial Law

Instructor(s) Yackee, Jason


This course provides a hands-on introduction to international commercial arbitration.  The course is organized around the Vis Moot Arbitration contest, a premier international student moot.  During the first month of the fall semester we will examine in detail the rules governing international commercial arbitration. Then, in October and November, students will break out into "litigation teams" of four students; each team will be responsible for researching and writing a professional-quality claimant's memorandum based on the current problem for the Vis Moot Arbitration contest.   Finally, each litigation team will argue a portion of its brief orally to a panel of student "arbitrators". Students will receive three credits for the course.  The course must be taken pass-fail. Absent extraordinary permission to the contrary, the course is mandatory for students who wish to try out for UW Law School's official Vis team, which competes in the Vis contest in Vienna and Hong Kong during the spring semester.

 

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