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Australia Branch


Diploma In International Commercial Arbitration

Australia Branch

During an intensive 9 day program, students will be taught the practice of international commercial arbitration, covering major forms of arbitration and arbitration institutions such as ACICA, ICC and CIETAC, and will gain the ability to appear in or act as an arbitrator or counsel in different contexts.

Full details are available on the branch web site.


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Topics include:

  • What is International Commercial Arbitration?
  • What Laws, Legal Norms And Legal Systems Apply in International Commercial Arbitration
  • The History and Development of the Framework of the New York Convention, the UNCITRAL Model Law and the Laws Governing International Arbitration in Australia and Asia
  • The Arbitration Agreement: Formation Validity Activation and Scope. How to Draft an Appropriate Arbitration Agreement
  • Stays of Court Proceedings and Anti-suit Injunctions The Appointment of the Arbitrator The Arbitrator's Independence and Impartiality Confidentiality in Arbitration Interim Measures
  • The Preliminary Conference and Hearing
  • The Award: Interest and Costs, and Award Writing
  • Setting Aside, and Recognition and Enforcement, of Arbitral Awards
  • Investment Treaty Arbitration
  • ICC, CIETAC and other Arbitral Processes
  • Maritime Arbitration
  • WIPO and Domain Name Arbitration Procedures

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