This comprehensive four- day course covers all stages of the arbitration process, from the drafting of the arbitration agreement to the enforcement of the arbitral award. This course is taught by the distinguished lecturer at the University of Houston by Ann Ryan Robertson. Training is offered twice a year the course fee is $2,375.00 (fees include: course materials, food and parking) and gives 28 MCLE credit hours. Payment is due at the time of registration. You may remit by credit card or check. If paying by check, please make payable to U of H Law Foundation and mail to 4604 Calhoun Rd. Ste. 102, Houston, Texas 77204-6060 (attn. Judy Clark). If paying by credit card, please call the office at (713) 743-2066.
Course Director: Ann Ryan Robertson
Course Description Details: Preliminary Considerations Bearing on the Selection of the Arbitral Process Comparison of dispute resolution alternatives. Nonbinding processes based upon negotiation contrasted with binding, adjudicative processes: the relative advantages and disadvantages of each. Advantages and disadvantages of transnational litigation as a means of binding, adjudicative dispute resolution. General considerations pertaining to the choice of commercial arbitration as a dispute resolution technique: its advantages and disadvantages. Overview and characteristics of commercial arbitration, including the severability of the arbitration agreement, the concept of party autonomy, the sources of law that can apply to a commercial arbitration and an overview of the commercial arbitral processes. more...
Who should consider enrolling in this course?
MCLE: Approximately 28 Participatory
CEU: available upon request
All courses are held at the University of Houston Law Center. For more information, call the A.A. White Dispute Resolution Center at (713) 743-2066.
Commercial Arbitration Training
28 hours of CLE credit includes 4.75 hours of ethics. All materials, meals and parking included. REGISTRATION FEE $2,375.00
August 16-19, 2017
January 10-13, 2018
August 15-18, 2018