MLL355 - International Litigation and Dispute Settlement
|Year||2016 unit information|
Trimester 1: Burwood (Melbourne), Study tour (as part of the Moot competition)
|Cohort rule:||(For Bachelor of Laws students only)|
Campus: No set class schedule; team members will be required to meet regularly with each other and with the Coordinator.
Study Tour: No set class schedule; team members will be required to meet regularly with each other and with the coordinator (as part of the Moot competition)
Quota applies; Enrolment by application to the Unit Chair only.
The aim of the unit is to give students a basic understanding of the way international agreements and disputes are interpreted and resolved. Vis Moot students will be introduced to the law of international commercial arbitration and also the law relating to the international sale of goods. Vis Moot students will consider topics relating to alternative dispute resolution; the enforcement of international arbitral awards; the drafting of international arbitration submissions; the sources of international commercial law; principles and case law of private international law, and remedies under international law. Jessup Moot students will consider topics relating to the way international disputes between states are litigated.
Written Assignment (Memoranda 1) (Group) 25%, Written Assignment (Memoranda 2) (Group) 25%, Presentation (Oral) 25%, Contribution to Group Written Assignment 10%, Teamwork (Peer Evaluation) 15%
Unit Fee Information
All Commonwealth Supported Place (CSP), fee paying undergraduate and pre-2016 commencing students
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2016 commencing International and full fee paying postgraduate domestic students
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