2015-2016 School of Law Catalog 
    
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LAW 325 - Introduction to Investor-State Dispute Resolution.


This course introduces students to methods for resolving disputes between foreign investors and the states in which they invest.  Students will learn how to apply principles of international public policy, international arbitration, and the law of treaties to investor-state disputes.  This course will highlight the special distinguishing features of investor-state relationships and will examine dispute resolution procedures in investment treaties, free trade agreements, foreign investment contracts, and various international arbitration rules.  There are no prerequisites for this course. Two hours. Sahani Not offered in 2015-2016.



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