JUDGE ARBITRATION DEGREE PROGRAM
 
Candidates are required to complete eight 9 credit courses, including three 9 credit compulsory courses and a capstone experience in accordance with the regulations and syllabuses for this degree.
 
  1. Capstone course:
    • LLAW 6135 Alternative Dispute Resolution
  2. Compulsory courses for all students:
    Three (3) of the eight (8) courses are compulsory, including: 

     
    • LLAW 6161 Mediation
    • LLAW 6138 Arbitration Law
    • LLAW6157 Arbitration Practice, Procedure & Drafting
  3. Compulsory Non-law courses:
    Students without a Bachelor of Laws or an equivalent qualification must also complete the following three (3) courses:

     
    • LLAW 6160 Legal System and Methods
    • LLAW 6158 Contract Law
    • LLAW 6159 Evidence
  4. Elective courses:
    Students should check the elective courses.
     
    Upon completion of this LL.M. programme, graduates are eligible to apply for the following professional accreditations:
    1. AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL COMMISSION OF DIPLOMATIC RELATIONS AND HUMAN RIGHTS. http://www.usadiplomatic-gov.org
     
    **Subject to achieving a minimum 55% (grade D+ from 2012-2013) in the LLM Arbitration Practice, Procedure & Drafting course (LLAW 6157) and a minimum 70% (grade B- from 2012-2013) in the LLM Arbitration Award Writing course (LLAW 6241); and a successful CIArb Peer Interview.
     
  5. Non-law Students
    Semester 1 Semester 1
    • Alternative Dispute Resolution
    • Arbitration Law
    • Mediation
    • Legal System and Methods
    • Alternative Dispute Resolution
    • Arbitration Law
    • Mediation
    • Elective course
    Semester 2 Semester 2
    • Arbitration Practice, Procedure & Drafting
    • Contract Law
    • Evidence
    • Elective course
    • Arbitration Practice, Procedure & Drafting
    • Elective course
    • Elective course
    • Elective course

     
     
    Non-law StudentsLaw Students
    Year 1 Year 1
    Semester 1 Semester 1
    • Alternative Dispute Resolution
    • Legal System and Methods
    • Alternative Dispute Resolution
    • Arbitration Law
    Semester 2 Semester 2
    • Contract Law
    • Evidence
    • Arbitration Practice, Procedure & Drafting
    • Elective course
    Year 2 Year 2
    Semester 1Semester 1
    • Arbitration Law
    • Mediation
    • Mediation
    • Elective course
    Semester 2 Semester 2
    • Arbitration Practice, Procedure & Drafting
    • Elective course
    • Elective course
    • Elective course.
    • * Introduction to ADPs
      * Negotiation;
      * Conciliation;
      * Mediation;
      * Arbitration
      * Mediation and the principle of autonomy of the will;
      * The mediator in front of your appointment,
      * The mediator against the parties;

       
    • * The mediator in front of the process;
      * The search for social pacification through mediation;
      * The Law of Mediation;
      * The importance of prior mediation, before the process is sent to the judge togado;
      * Mediation and conciliation in private chambers;
      * The lawyer before the Conciliation and the Mediation;
      * Brief historical context of Arbitration until the Christian era;
      * Brief historical context of Arbitration in the world;
      * Brief historical context of Arbitration in Brazil;
      * Chronological evolution and sparse legislation of arbitration in Brazil;
      * The constitutionality of the Arbitration Law;
      * Arbitration in current civil and procedural law;
      * The myths raised against arbitration in the view of Prof. Dr. Welber Barral;
      * Videos Civil Procedural Law and the General Aspects of Arbitration;
      * Principle of the autonomy of the will;
      * Principle of Good Faith;
      * Application of the Arbitration Law in Brazil;
      * Available Patrimonial Right and the arbitration;
      * Arbitration in public administration;
      * Corporate Arbitration and Law of the S / A
      * Arbitration of Law;
      * Equity Arbitration;
      * Rules of Law, Good Customs and Public Order;

       
    • * General principles of law and arbitration;
      * Uses and Customs;
      * International Trade Rules and Lex Mercatoria;
      * Arbitration Convention;
      * Arbitration clause;
      * Species of arbitration clauses;
      * Models of arbitration clause;
      * The Kompetenz - Kompetens principle of arbitration;
      * Lack of arbitration clause and arbitration;
      * Modification of jurisdiction;
      * The Convocation and the Beginning of Arbitration;
      * Arbitration Commitment;
      * Constitutive elements of the Arbitration Commitment;
      * Expenses with Arbitration - Costs and Fees;
      * Prescription and Arbitration
      * Extinction of Arbitration Commitment;
      * Institutional Arbitration and Ad hoc Arbitration;
      * Who can be referee, definition and Concept of Arbitrators;
      * Capacity and Confidence of Arbitrators;
      * Number of Referees - Singular or Collegiate;
      * Arbitrator's Choice Process;
      * Attributes of an Arbitrator;
      * Cases of Arbitrator's Disqualification and Suspension;
      * Substitution of the Referee;

       
    • * Civil and Criminal Liability of the Arbitrator;
      * The Referee as judge of fact and of law;
      * The Irrecorribility of the Arbitral Award;
      * Exemption from Homologation of the Arbitral Award;
      * The Arbitral Procedure;
      * Principles informing the Arbitration procedure;
      * Conciliation within an Arbitration procedure;
      * The Evidence in the Arbitration procedure;
      * The Feast of Confession and Revelation;
      * Knowledge Process;
      * Term for prolative of the Arbitral Award;
      * Form of arbitrator's decision;
      * THE ARBITRAL CHARTER and its effects;
      * Divergence of Votes in arbitration;
      * Classification of Arbitral Award
      * Arbitral Award requirements;
      * Forms of challenging the Arbitral Award
      * The Execution of the Arbitral Award
      * The Concession of Precautionary Measures, Preparatory in the arbitration;
      * The Granting of Precautionary Measures, Incidental to arbitration
      * International accounting solution system

       
    • * International Arbitration Commercial Contracts
      * International Arbitration in Public and Private Law
      * International Conventions that Regulate Arbitration;
      * Recognition and Execution of the Foreign Arbitral Award;
      * The role of professionals from diverse areas in arbitration;
      * The role of the lawyer in arbitration;
      * The role of the State in arbitration;
      * The role of the Public Prosecution Service in arbitration;
      * The role of the Federal and State Police in the arbitration;
      * Videos Arbitrage in Public Contracts
      * Various videos about arbitration;
      * Jurisprudence;
      * Practical pieces => models of:
      - Arbitration clauses;
      - Arbitration commitments;
      - Minutes of conciliation hearing in arbitration;
      - Arbitration award;
      - Attestation of hearing of instruction in the arbitration;
      - Conviction arbitration award;
      - Model of Initial Request for Cancellation of Arbitral Award;
      - Other models relevant to the arbitration institute.
      * Suggestions Bibliograficas;
      * Sites related to arbitration bodies;
      * Arbitration institutions abroad.

       

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