Qualified participants with sufficient previous experience in arbitration are invited to partake in individual modules of their choosing.
- Module 1: Introduction to International Arbitration
- Module 2: How to Commence Arbitration Proceedings
- Module 3: Taking of the Evidence Hearings, Discovery, Interim Measures
- Module 4: From the Hearing to the Challenge and Enforcement of the Award
Participants will be issued a Certificate of Attendance for the respective module by the SAA at the end of the course. If a participant completes module 2, 3 and 4 (the modules do not have to be taken in order or in the same year) he/she will also obtain the Arbitration Practitioner (ArbP) diploma issued by the SAA.
|2||Topic||How to Commence Arbitration Proceedings|
|Head Lecturers||Xavier Favre-Bulle, Joachim Knoll|
|Dates||Geneva June 23-27, 2016|
|4||Topic||From the Hearing to the Challenge and Enforcement of the Award|
|Head Lecturers||Daniele Favalli, Philippe Bärtsch|
|Dates||Zurich January 19-23, 2017|
The CAS in Arbitration provides you with an extensive insight into the various legal and economic topics in International Dispute Resolution. Along with that comes the great experience of learning about how to manage controversies in other cultures from most experienced, international faculty and classmates as well as the opportunity of broadening your international network.