2018/2019, Semester 1
Modular Credits: LL4358Z ( 2 ) / LL5358Z ( 2 ) / LL6358Z ( 2 )
The International Chamber of Commerce and its International Court of Arbitration have played a leading role in the establishment and the development of the international normative framework that makes arbitration so attractive today. This course highlights the historical and contemporary contributions of ICC to this normative framework, and covers the key issues with which practitioners are faced at the main junctures of ICC arbitration proceedings, from both a practical and a legal perspective. The course features in-class practical exercises that draw on course resources and enable students to face a variety of possible real-life scenarios.
NUS Compulsory Core Law Curriculum or equivalent.
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