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Basic Concepts in International Arbitration

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Basic Concepts in International Arbitration

The Office of International Graduate Law Programs hosted a one week intensive non-credit course for PUC/SP law students from January 14-18, 2013. The course was intended for students who are generally interested in international business transactions and wanted an overview of the most frequent methods for resolving contractual disputes. The course was taught by world-renown University of Miami School of Law faculty. [1]

Time

9:30-12pm
2-3:30pm
6:30-8:30pm

Monday

Rosenn
Paulsson
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Tuesday

Paulsson
Rooney
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Wednesday

Paulsson
Vielleville
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Thursday

Paulsson
Finkelstein
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Friday

Paulsson
Exam
Reception

The IGLP Office also hosted an Opening Reception and a visit to the Federal Court House in Miami.

To read more about the students' experience, click here.

Faculty

Faculty who taught the course included:

Jan Paulsson

World-renowned international arbitration expert Professor Paulsson holds the Michael Klein Distinguished Scholar Chair at Miami Law and is the Chair of the Specialization in International Arbitration.

Professor Keith S. Rosenn

Professor of Law and Chair of the Specializations in U.S. and Transnational Law for Foreign Lawyers and Inter-American Law.

Professor John H. Rooney, Jr.

Miami attorney and Chair of the Inter-American Bar Association’s International Arbitration Law Committee.

Professor Daniel Vielleville

Venezuelan-U.S. attorney and Coach of the Miami Law Investment Arbitration team winner of the 2011 Frankfurt Investment Competition.

Professor Claudio Finkelstein

Arbitrator and Professor of Law in the Graduate and Post-Graduate program at PUC/SP.

Certificate

Students received a Certificate of Attendance upon completion of the course and approval in the exam.

[1] The University of Miami School of Law reserves the right to change any provision or statement specified above.

RELATED PHOTOS

Professors John H. Rooney, Jr, Jessica Carvalho Morris, Jan Paulsson, Claudio Finkelstein and Keith Rosenn during the closing reception.

Professors John H. Rooney, Jr, Jessica Carvalho Morris, Jan Paulsson, Claudio Finkelstein and Keith Rosenn during the closing reception. (Photo: Jessica A. Giraldo/Miami Law) Full-Size Photo

The Office of International Graduate Law Programs staff and Director Jessica Carvalho Morris (middle) hosted a closing reception at Dolores But You Can Call Me Lolita. Faculty Jan Paulsson, John Rooney and Keith Rosenn as well as Claudio Finkelstein are pictured here with the first class of the Basic Concepts in International Arbitration short course.

The Office of International Graduate Law Programs staff and Director Jessica Carvalho Morris (middle) hosted a closing reception at Dolores But You Can Call Me Lolita. Faculty Jan Paulsson, John Rooney and Keith Rosenn as well as Claudio Finkelstein are pictured here with the first class of the Basic Concepts in International Arbitration short course. (Photo: Jessica A. Giraldo/Miami Law) Full-Size Photo

Participating students take an oral exam with professor and International Arbitration Program Chair, Jan Paulsson.

Participating students take an oral exam with professor and International Arbitration Program Chair, Jan Paulsson. (Photo: Jessica A. Giraldo/Miami Law) Full-Size Photo


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