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.
|1||Topic||Fundamentals of International Arbitration|
|Head Lecturers||Christoph Müller, Daniel Girsberger, Simon Gabriel|
|Dates||Neuchâtel, 4-8 May 2017|
|2||Topic||How to Commence Arbitration Proceedings|
|Head Lecturers||Xavier Favre-Bulle, Joachim Knoll|
|Dates||Geneva, 22-26 June 2017|
|3||Topic||Taking of the Evidence: Hearings, Discovery and Interim Measures|
|Head Lecturers||Urs Weber-Stecher, Laurent Kilias|
|Dates||Zurich, 26-30 October 2017|
|4||Topic||From the Hearing to the Challenge and Enforcement of the Award|
|Head Lecturers||Daniele Favalli, Philippe Bärtsch|
|Dates||Zurich, 25-29 January 2018|
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