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SIAC and Institutional Arbitration
Last Updated Date:   14 February 2024

2.5 Units,  Semester 2

Course Description:
Arbitral institutions are important stakeholders in the field of international arbitration, but the nature and importance of their role have often been overlooked. The course seeks to introduce participants to the role and function of arbitral institutions in guiding and shaping the practice and development of international arbitration, and to the complex issues that arbitral institutions face in the administration of arbitrations, including, among others, the appointment of arbitrators and the issuance of arbitral rules and practice notes. The course will be taught by visiting lecturers from the Singapore International Arbitration Centre (SIAC) and other leading arbitration practitioners.

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Course Convenor: Mr Kevin Nash

Co-teacher(s): Mr Daryl Chew; Ms Jill Ann Koh; Ms Kate Apostolova; Ms Jennifer Lim; Ms Chui Lijun; Ms Ong Pei Ching; Mr Vivekananda Neelakantan; Mr Samuel Leong; Mr Andres Larrea Savinovich; Ms Duong Hoang; Mr Nusry Hussain; Mr Pranav Budihal; Mr Shivam Patanjali; Mr Vakhtangi Giorgadze; Ms Zhao Yue

Course Codes: LL4359Z / LL5359Z / LL6359Z / LLJ5359Z

Contact Hours: 18 hour intensive held during Recess Week

Workload: Recess Week Intensive: Schedule to be confirmed

Mode of Assessment: Research Paper (3000 words) - 100% [Due: Fri, 5 April 2024 (12pm)]

Preclusions: Nil

Prerequisites: NUS Compulsory Core Law Curriculum or common law equivalent. At least one prior course in international arbitration.

Examination Date: Different Mode of Examination

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