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Training Courses

International Arbitration – Training Course

from April 19 to 20, 2012 in Barcelona, Spain

General presentation

The UIA is proud to present this course which is part of the UIA Training Courses Programme 2012. The objective of our training courses is to provide comprehensive training and tools in specific and/or specialist areas of the law or in specific projects, by offering advanced‐level “master classes” held by outstanding expert trainers with considerable experience in the field.



The UIA aims to provide excellence at a reasonable cost, given its non‐profit nature and institutional role.

This course will be held over two days and will be led by 5 trainers all with considerable experience in the field of international arbitration. The trainers will guide course participants through 13 sessions, each of 45 minutes to one hour in length.

Participants will learn the fundamentals of international commercial arbitration. The sessions will cover the full spectrum of an international arbitration and analyze the legal concepts and issues that arise during course of an international arbitration.


The sessions will be intensive yet interactive and there will be ample opportunity for questions and discussion.

Minimum number of participants: 22

Maximum number of participants: 32


Working language

The sessions will be held in English without simultaneous translation.


Accreditation of courses

Every participant attending the course will receive a Certificate of Participation on completion that may be used to obtain credits for Continuing Legal Education or Continuing Professional Development purposes, depending on the national rules of the country where the participant is registered to practice law. For more information, please contact the UIA.


Who should attend?

Young lawyers working in the field of international arbitration or with an interest in international arbitration. While no knowledge of international arbitration is required, it is assumed that the course participants have a legal background and possess a level of English sufficient in order to follow a presentation made in English.


Venue of the course

Il•lustre Col•legi d´Advocats de Barcelona

Calle Mallorca, 283

08037 Barcelona, Spain


Please download the programme and the registration form

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