Network with the transnational arbitration community in Paris

The Sciences Po Law School has announced the launch of a LLM in transnational arbitration and dispute settlement, a one-year programme taught entirely in English on the Sciences Po campus in Paris.
The programme is open to candidates with a graduate degree in law and some professional experience (including internships) seeking to gain further expertise and broaden their horizons in arbitration and international dispute settlement.

A unique opportunity to engage with the transnational arbitration network in Paris

Paris is home to the International Chamber of Commerce’s International Court of Arbitration (ICC), along with the leading law firms in the field of international arbitration and many of the most reputed arbitration specialists. Some of the practical workshops will take place in law firms and at the ICC.
The Sciences Po Law School excels in international moot court competitions around the world and has been organising its own international competition for twelve years.

Topics of study on the LLM in transnational arbitration and dispute settlement

•    Transnational arbitration in all its forms
•    Theoretical and practical aspects of arbitration and dispute settlement 
•    Combining “procedural” and “substantial” insights

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