ALTANA is happy to announce the launch of the university degree in domestic and international arbitration law co-headed by Professor Carine Jallamion and Caroline Duclercq, in collaboration with the Centre du droit de l’Entreprise and the Fédération nationale des entreprises.
Registrations have started on 15 October 2014. The conditions are available here.
The university degree in arbitration law offers students and practitioners a complementary training dedicated to both domestic and international arbitration law. The degree interests, first and foremost, people already oriented in business law, who wish to further specialize and acquire technical skills in arbitration.
The university degree’s particularity is that the training will be done through online contents (paper supports and films), some in French, others in English.
The university degree has the ambition to first introduce arbitration by its fundamentals (its history, its philosophy) and follow the structure of an arbitration procedure, from the arbitration agreement until the enforcement of the award and the challenges thereto, if, any, in theory and in practice. Next, the teachings confront arbitration law to the different special laws which may interact with it (e.g., construction law, investment law, IP, environmental law…). Finally, a practical seminar trains notably to draft arbitration agreements and procedural acts, in the administration of evidence and in the different international arbitration procedures. Finally, a practical seminar trains notably to draft arbitration agreements and procedural acts, in the administration of evidence and in the different international arbitration procedures.
This course is offered by professors and practitioners from the arbitration world intervening either in French or in English.