April 28, 2014
Penn State has course in International Arbitration Law
Cross-border commercial transactions are becoming increasingly common in today’s global economy, often relying on international arbitration to resolve disputes. Penn State Law is now offering students and lawyers from outside of the US the chance to study international arbitration law from 30th June to 11th July.
This course will introduce students to an international commericial venture involving construction or the sale of goods. Students will be required to take an active part – playing the role of clients, lawyers and guarantors. Alongside their teaching assistants, they will learn to prepare contracts. As well as this simulation, there will be presentations and assessments.
This workshop is suitable for both incoming LLM students and more experience professionals, and credits earned on this course can be counted toward the Penn State LLM degree – it is worth three credits.
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Content added on 28th April 2014.
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