HKIAC is pleased to be a supporting organisation of this event.
The Chartered Institute of Arbitrators’ distinguished Diploma in International Commercial Arbitration is set to take place once again at Oxford University on the 17th of August this year.
First launched in 1995, the Diploma is internationally recognised attracting candidates from a number of jurisdictions, including Australia, Canada, England, France, Hong Kong, Ireland, Israel, Malaysia, New Zealand, Nigeria, Singapore, Scotland, Thailand and the USA.
The Diploma course provides participants with a thorough understanding of the practice and procedure of international commercial arbitration and places are limited to ensure the best possible learning outcomes.
The Diploma is split into two parts:
Part 1 - The Diploma course is spread over 9 days (including a practice and procedure examination)
Professor Doug Jones AO (Australia) and Professor Janet Walker (Canada) are co-directors and both are well-known in the International Arbitration field. All tutors and examiners are international lawyers and arbitrators.
The faculty for 2017 include: Lord Peter Goldsmith QC (London), Professor Loukas Mistelis (London), David Goldberg (London), David Brynmor-Thomas (London), Colin Ong (Brunei, Louis Flannery (London), Wendy J. Miles QC (London), Aisha Nadar (Sweden), Robin Oldenstam (Sweden), José Rosell (Denmark) and Daniel Garton (London).
On successful completion of this course candidates will be able to:
Identify and explain in depth all the key elements of the international arbitration process;
Evaluate issues and apply the principles of the UNCITRAL Model Law appropriately;
Demonstrate practical skill in carrying out the tasks required in preparing for and progressing an international arbitration;
Demonstrate skill in controlling an international arbitration, communicating effectively with the parties, applying the UNCITRAL Arbitration Rules and adopting appropriate procedures.
Part II -Award Writing Course (including assignment and examination)
This provides the candidate with the knowledge required to analyse submissions, arrive at a conclusion and write a final, reasoned and enforceable arbitration Award in compliance with the UNCITRAL Model Law and Arbitration Rules.
Part 2 is delivered over a period of four months, with a combination of private study and face-to-face tutorials.
Parts 1 &2
From 17 August 2017
For more information and to book, please see here.