Beschreibung des Angebots
Das Certificate of Advanced Studies (CAS) ist eine Nachdiplomausbildung der Hochschulen und entspricht mindestens 10 ECTS.
The CAS in Arbitration is the first program that combines an in-depth academic education with the practical insight provided by a large number of international practitioners. This sophisticated program demands in-depth preparation from the participant for each session and active participation during the course, which includes pleading training on the basis of mock cases, role plays of arbitration-related scenarios, drafting sessions to learn how to draft written submissions and interactive discussions on cutting-edge arbitration topics.
Modules of the CAS in Arbitration
- Module 1: Introduction to International Arbitration (5 Days Neuchâtel)
- Module 2: How to Commence Arbitration Proceedings (5 days Genève)
- Module 3: Taking of the Evidence Hearings, Discovery, Interim Measures (5 days, Zürich)
- Module 4: From the Hearing to the Challenge and Enforcement of the Award (5 days, Zürich)
To obtain a CAS in Arbitration, participants are required to:
- Attend and actively participate in four modules
- Pass a written examination at the beginning of module 2
- Submit a research paper
The training is designed for lawyers, in-house counsel, and other professionals interested in international dispute resolution.
- Certificate of Advanced Studies CAS
Successful participants will be awarded the SAA diploma as Arbitration Practitioner (ArbP).
In addition, a participant may obtain an internationally accredited "Certificate of Advanced Studies (CAS) in Arbitration – Joint Degree of the Universities of Lucerne and Neuchâtel" if a short research paper is submitted.
Ort / Adresse
- Neuenburg (NE)
- Genf (GE)
- Zürich (ZH)
Neuchâtel, Genève, Zürich
May 2017 - January 2018
four-weeks offered over the course of nine months
All four modules start on a Thursday morning and end on a Monday night, the entire course stretching from October to June of the following year.
Auskünfte / Kontakt
University of Lucerne
CAS in Arbitration
c/o Prof. Dr. Daniel Girsberger
University of Neuchâtel
CAS in Arbitration
c/o Prof. Dr. Christoph Müller
Avenue du 1er-Mars 26
Swiss Arbitration Academy