Born's International Arbitration Lectures

Born's International Arbitration Lectures

25 Seasons

- Comprehensive online course on international arbitration
- In-depth lectures by Gary Born, the preeminent authority on international commercial and investment arbitration
- Academic and rigorous
- Practical applications and advice

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Born's International Arbitration Lectures
  • Introduction to Part II

    Episode 1

    This segment addresses the procedural conduct and practice of international commercial arbitration that will be discussed in the next 10 chapters (Chapter 11 to Chapter 20).

  • 11.1
    23:17
    Episode 2

    11.1

    Episode 2

    This segment addresses the legal framework of international arbitral proceedings, including the New York Convention, national arbitration legislation and the law of the arbitral seat.

  • 11.2
    24:46
    Episode 3

    11.2

    Episode 3

    This segment addresses the “procedural law” of arbitration proceedings, local civil procedure rules and institutional arbitration rules, as well as the jurisdictional requirements in international arbitration treaties and national arbitration legislation.

  • 11.3
    23:38
    Episode 4

    11.3

    Episode 4

    This segment addresses the concept of arbitral seat, including the location of the arbitral seat, distinguishing it from the location of hearings; the legal consequences of the selection of the arbitral seat, internal procedure and external relationship between the arbitration and national courts.

  • 11.4
    23:07
    Episode 5

    11.4

    Episode 5

    This segment addresses the concept of arbitral seat, including the external relationship between the arbitration and national courts, where the award is made, the law governing arbitration agreements, practical consequences of the seat location, as well as the procedural law of the arbitration, p...

  • 11.5
    18:19
    Episode 6

    11.5

    Episode 6

    This segment addresses the foreign procedural law of arbitration proceedings, the inapplicability of the civil procedure rules of the arbitral seat, and future directions of international arbitral proceedings.