University of Pittsburgh
Arbitrage International
Term: Fall Term 2014-15
Catalog Number: 5986
Class Number: 21103
Room: LAW 121.
Class Schedule:
  • Th 2:00 pm -3:50 pm
  • 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

    Grading

    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

    Note:

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

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