International Arbitration Law
3.5 credits cr.
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The summer course in International Arbitration Law provides an overview of international arbitration law with regard to the legal framework, principles and practice as well as methodology and theory.
Please note that the information on this page will be updated for the summer 2023 later in March.
International Arbitration Law is given as an elective course within the framework of the summer programme at the Department of Law, Stockholm University. Read more about the Summer Programme at SULaw on the following page:
The purpose of the course is to give students an overview of international arbitration law with regard to the legal framework, principles and practice as well as methodology and theory. It addresses all significant areas of international commercial arbitration law: the arbitration legal framework, party autonomy, procedural principles, arbitration agreement, jurisdiction, choice of law, arbitral proceedings, arbitral tribunal, arbitral award, and the setting and enforcement of arbitral awards.
Students are trained to use appropriate methods to interpret and apply the legal framework and legal principles which are found in the sources of law international commercial arbitration. Students will formulate and evaluate potential consequences of different legal solutions to complex arbitration problems. During the course, the students individually and in groups carry out legal studies of issues and topics within the scope of international commercial arbitration law, as well as related legal areas.
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Syllabus - International Arbitration Law
Instruction comprises 2 weeks of full-time studies and consists of lectures and seminars. On the basis of the given course material, students will work in groups to answer questions during each seminar. The language of instruction is English.
Examination is conducted through active participation in the compulsory elements of the course and a written examination.
During the course, registered students will receive additional course information on the Athena learning platform.
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Questions regarding our summer courses are answered by our Office of International Affairs.Summer Programme
- Visiting address
Frescati Campus, Södra huset, Building C, floor 4
No telephone or reception hour on April 6 (Maundy Thursday).
- Office hours
Reception hour Tue & Thu, 12.30PM-2PM.
NOTE: reception hour either on campus or on Zoom. To book a Zoom meeting, please email us at the latest the day before and await confirmation.
- Phone hours
Tue & Thu 9AM-10AM.
- Irregular office hours
no telephone or reception hour on Thursday, May 18 (Ascension).