International Litigation and Arbitration

As the name implies, the course involves controversies among litigants in different countries, frequently purley private controversies, but more often engaging the interests of countries. In a very real sense, the course offers an advance consideration of civil procedure in an international setting as well as a study of various aspects of public international law, international economic law, and comparative law and procedure. Further, it deals with taking of evidence abroad and the enforcement of judgements and arbitral awards. Evaluation: Final examination. Teaching Method: Lecture and discussion Text: Prerequisites:

Catalog Number: LITARB 692
Practice Areas: Civil Lit. and Dispute ResolutionInternational Law Practice Area

Course History

Spring 2011
Title: International Litigation and Arbitration
Faculty: Sorensen, Juliet (courses  |  homepage)
Section: 1     Type: General     Credits: 3.0
Capacity: 30     Actual: 20