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Training Course - Sept. 2009
Training Report - English Version
 
Training prospective arbitrators
 
Dubai International Arbitration Center organizes a three-day interactive workshop to train participants in International Commercial Arbitration
 
Dubai, UAE: The Dubai International Arbitration Center, a Dubai Chamber of Commerce & Industry initiative, in association with the Center for Transnational Law (CENTRAL) based at University of Cologne School of Law, Germany, are organizing a training course on Practical Techniques for Handling Commercial Arbitration at the Center premises from September 28 to 30 2009.
 
The introductory course that lays out the basics of arbitration and other forms of Alternate Dispute Resolution, is designed with the aim of expanding the participant’s knowledge in the field of International Commercial Arbitration while further contributing towards his/her self development in becoming a prospective arbitrator by practicing oral pleadings or examining witnesses.
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The three-day interactive workshops and mock exams, offer a unique opportunity to the practitioners who wish to develop their skills in commercial arbitration as participants get a very realistic picture of the practice of international arbitration under the guidance of highly experienced professionals.
 
Professor Dr. Klaus Peter Berger of the Center for Transnational Law, University of Cologne and Professor Martin Hunter, Barrister, Professor of International Dispute Resolution, Nottingham Law School and Chairman of DIAC Board of Trustees, are conducting the course that target lawyers, government officials, business executives, advanced young practitioners and others wishing to familiarize themselves with the different dispute resolution techniques.
 
The training course comes as part of Dubai International Arbitration Center’s efforts in introducing the unique aspects of international commercial arbitration in Dubai and to promote the latest means of resolving trade disputes which will go a long way in stimulating the business environment in the Emirate.

 

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