University of Pittsburgh
Arbitrage International
Term: Fall Term 2012-13 (2131)
Catalog Number: 5986
Class Number: 23642
Room: LAW 118.
Class Schedule:
  • TH 10:00 am -11:50 am
  • Instructor: Vivian Curran
    Type: Seminar
    Credits: 3.0 Credits (2.0 classroom contact, 1.0 field)
    Catalog Requirements: Upper-Level Writing, International / Comparative, "W" Writing.
    Enrollment Limit: 12.
    Priority: Seminar - 3rd Year Priority

    Course Description from Course Catalog 5986


    Aside from class participation (25%), depending on student language levels, grades may be based on a written brief in French for a practice arbitration problem which will enable students, if successful, to participate in an international commercial arbitration moot held in Paris. Alternatively, the written portion of the grade may be a research paper reflecting the student’s reading knowledge of French but written in either French or English.

    Prerequisites and Recommended Courses


    Must be able to read and understand spoken French (passive knowledge) at an adult level.

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