London, United Kingdom

Arbitration and Alternative Dispute Resolution Law

when 10 August 2015 - 21 August 2015
duration 2 weeks

Arbitration is a form of alternative dispute resolution that has been gaining an increasing popularity in the resolution of international commercial law disputes. Arbitration has therefore become an alternative to litigation in the international trade community for resolving legal disputes. This unit covers a general study of the fundamental principles and rules underlying international commercial arbitration. The unit addresses the different requirements for starting an international commercial arbitral procedure, the rights and obligations of the arbitral tribunal, the different rules and principles surrounding the arbitral procedure and the laws and rules relating to the end of the arbitral process and the ways of recognising and enforcing an arbitral award.

Course leader

Dr. Johanna Hoekstra, University of Essex

Fee info

GBP 0: Please note that the fee includes all four courses in International Commercial Law (LAW01, LAW02, LAW03, LAW04) which will be undertaken in 40 hours of lectures in total.
Tuition Fee Includes:
Full Admin and Intelligence Support in Accommodation Arrangements depending on candidate preferences (accommodation fees with pre-agreed institutions at discounted prices still apply)
Visa Arrangements for the UK at discounted prices
Optional Airport to Dorm Travel Arrangements
Welcome Pack (Including UK mobile SIM card & Oyster card topped up with £5)
All course materials
Events and workshops
Registration fee
Guided Professional & Historical Tours in London
Research Turkey Academy Certificate (Optional EduQual or CEAUK Qualifications)


Partial scholarships (up to 20%) available (limited availability).