Transnational Corruption in International Arbitration

The course proposes to address the set of legal issues arising from suspicions, allegations and findings of corruption in the context of commercial and investor-State arbitration. The course builds on a growing body of arbitration cases in which such questions have been raised and considered. The course will be practice oriented. It will aim to provide participants with an immersive experience into the decision-making process that practitioners typically face when dealing with corruption matters in international arbitration.

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