This course aims to:-
(i) build on the student’s knowledge of arbitration by providing a thorough understanding of the special character and particular issues of international commercial arbitration;
(ii) acquaint the student with the important institutional structures and rules for international arbitration; and
(iii) provide a comparative examination of the relevant laws, institutions, rules and practices in Hong Kong, the Mainland China, and England.
The course will further innovate a student’s ability to grasp the fundamental concepts with the ultimate goal of discovering how international arbitration functions from a practical stand point.
LW6408 International Arbitration is a CIArb recognised course. Students who have successfully completed this course achieving at least 55% of the coursework and examination marks can be exempted from the CIArb Module 2, Law of International Arbitration.