International Arbitration and Commercial Law Education for an International World

THE RECEPTION AND TRANSMISSION OF CIVIL PROCEDURAL LAW IN THE GLOBAL SOCIETY, M. Deguchi & M. Storme, eds., Maklu, Antwerp/Apeldoorn, February/March 2008

CDAMS Discussion Paper No. 04/30E

Sydney Law School Research Paper No. 07/84

25 Pages Posted: 6 Nov 2005 Last revised: 8 Dec 2012

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Luke R. Nottage

The University of Sydney Law School; The University of Sydney - Australian Network for Japanese Law

Abstract

This book chapter from a conference of the International Association of Procedural Law considers rather diverse responses from legal education systems world-wide to rather similar pressures from market and other forces. Part II focuses on arbitration law, practice and education in Australia, especially the defining features of legal education provided by today's universities. Part III looks more broadly Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) Education in an era of accelerating globalization and developments in Information Technology (IT). It introduces some of the proliferating international arbitration and negotiation moot competitions, involving students physically crossing borders, as well as more recent experiments in cross-border contract (re-)negotiations that make use of diverse IT. The paper ends with a proposal for universities, in particular, to take the lead in developing an IT-based course or competition involving cross-border involving contract negotiation, structured renegotiation, and arbitration.

Keywords: arbitration, legal education

JEL Classification: K10, I20, I21, K20

Suggested Citation

Nottage, Luke R., International Arbitration and Commercial Law Education for an International World. THE RECEPTION AND TRANSMISSION OF CIVIL PROCEDURAL LAW IN THE GLOBAL SOCIETY, M. Deguchi & M. Storme, eds., Maklu, Antwerp/Apeldoorn, February/March 2008; CDAMS Discussion Paper No. 04/30E ; Sydney Law School Research Paper No. 07/84. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=838030

Luke R. Nottage (Contact Author)

The University of Sydney Law School ( email )

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The University of Sydney
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The University of Sydney - Australian Network for Japanese Law

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Sydney, NSW 2006
Australia

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