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LLM Program in Dispute Resolution Studies in Netherlands

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Leiden University

Leiden University's Master of Laws in Advanced Studies in International Dispute Settlement and Arbitration (L.L.M.) is a high-level postgraduate program on the theory and ... [+]

Leiden University's Master of Laws in Advanced Studies in International Dispute Settlement and Arbitration (L.L.M.) is a high-level postgraduate program on the theory and practice of international dispute settlement and arbitration in international law.

What does this master's program entail?

How do States settle their international disputes? How is litigation and arbitration at the international law level conducted? Can investment disputes between a State and a foreign investor or between two States be arbitrated? What is the role of the International Court of Justice and other international courts and tribunals in international society?

Learn how to answer and deal with these and other questions from an international law perspective.... [-]

Netherlands Leiden The Hague
September 2020
English
Full-time
Part-time
1 - 2 years
Campus
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Erasmus School of Law - Erasmus University Rotterdam

International Arbitration and Business Law LL.M. provides its graduates with a unique set of international arbitration skills together with a solid expertise in internati ... [+]

International Arbitration and Business Law LL.M. provides its graduates with a unique set of international arbitration skills together with a solid expertise in international business law. The programme is tailored to cover both procedural and substantive law aspects of the international dispute resolution.

What aspects does the programme cover?

International Arbitration

After successfully concluding the research and writing skills module, you will fully immerse in the world of international arbitration. During the second block of the academic year, you will be confronted not only with the fundamental aspects of arbitration law but you will also be challenged to understand principles of international arbitration from the comparative law perspective. In the spring term, you will also be exposed to distinctive futures of investment arbitration. You will also be given a chance to participate in one of numerous international moot courts.... [-]

Netherlands Rotterdam
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English
Full-time
12 months
Campus
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