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Optional courses

Program
Optional courses

The optional courses will provide an in-depth dive into the role of international commercial arbitration and investment arbitration in the settlement of international disputes. The courses will put into perspective the tools or central issues of international arbitration, through a comparative approach, for example concerning the arbitration agreement, the determination of the law applicable to international contracts or the enforcement of arbitral awards. The contextualization of arbitration will also be achieved through an thorough study of the use of alternative solutions: international business litigation, transactional agreements through assisted negotiation processes (mediation, conciliation, etc.) between the parties. Finally, the substantial protection of foreign investments will be envisaged in particular through the evolution of the protection regime in relation to the steps taken by the European Union and its Member States.

Each student will choose two of the three specialization courses offered during Fall and Spring semesters.

Fall Semester

Optional courses

International Commercial Litigation - 15 hours
Marie-Elodie ANCEL, Professor of Law, University of Paris-Est Créteil (UPEC)

International Arbitration Agreement - Comparative Approach - 15 hours
Gary F. BELL, National University of Singapore, Head of the LL.M. International Arbitration and Dispute Resolution, visiting Professor of Law, Paris 2 Panthéon-Assas University
Claire CRÉPET-DAIGREMONT, Associate Professor of Law, University Paris 2 – Panthéon-Assas
Sir Bernard EDER, International Judge of the Singapore International Commercial Court

Negotiation, Mediation and International Settlement Agreements - 15 hours
Elie KLEIMAN, Partner, Jones Day

Spring Semester

Optional courses

Protection of Foreign Investments - 15 hours
Noor DAVIES, Partner, White & Case LLP
Sophie LEMAIRE, Professor of Law, Paris Dauphine University

Law of International Contracts & Contract Law in International Arbitration - 15 hours
Marie GORÉ, Professor of Law, Paris 2 Panthéon-Assas University

Enforcement of International Awards – Comparative Approach - 15 hours
Jacques-Alexandre GENET, Partner, Archipel
Shaparak SALEH, Partner, Teynier Pic