LAW A 544 Comparative and Transnational Commercial Law (1-4, max. 4)Examines the political economy of transnational commercial law. Uses select international harmonization instruments (e.g. Cape Town Convention on International Interests in Mobile Equipment, UNCITRAL Model Law on Cross-Border Insolvency, Vienna Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods) to illustrate and critique different methodological and institutional approaches.View course details in MyPlan: LAW A 544
International Arbitration introduces students to public and private international law rules from an arbitral perspective, with special emphasis on international economic law. This course examines the sources of international law and addresses related bodies of rules involving multiple legal and political systems, such as the Unidroit Principles for international commercial contracts, with a focus on doctrines, institutions and applications from historical, political and jurisprudential perspectives. Topics include the European Community Law experience, The Hague Peace System for intergovernmental dispute settlement and the International Court of Justice, the World Trade Organization and economic disputes, mixed arbitration, and transnational commercial arbitration.
TDM Journal is a \"comprehensive and innovative information service on the management of international disputes, with a focus on the rapidly evolving area of investment arbitration, but also in other significant areas of international investment (such as oil, gas, energy, infrastructure, mining, utilities etc.). It deals both with formal adjudicatory procedures (mainly investment and commercial arbitration), but also mediation/ADR methods, negotiation and managerial ways to manage transnational disputes efficiently.\" 1e1e36bf2d