Every year, some of the courses taught in the University of Lausanne's LL.M. in International Business Law are individually accessible to practitioners who wish to further develop their expertise. This course, taught by Professor Andrea Bonomi, is a two-day, interactive online course for which ECTS credits can be awarded.
Targeted toward professionals with sound knowledge of this area, this course addresses specialised problems arising in the practice of international arbitration. This year’s edition of the course will be devoted to problems related to the conduct of arbitration proceedings (case management, terms of reference, procedural timetable, procedural orders, taking of evidence, expert witnesses, hearings, applicable rules of law, expedited procedures, confidentiality, etc.) and the making of the award (final, partial and interim awards, scrutiny of the award, award by consent, correction and interpretation, decision as to the costs etc.).
For access to the complete Programme, please register online.
The course will include case discussions and relies on contributions by experienced counsel and arbitrators, including Pierre-Yves Gunter (Bär & Karrer) and Joachim Knoll (LALIVE).
University of Lausanne, LL.M. in International Business Law