The CIDS is pleased to announce its fifthe Doctoral Research Seminar which will be convened on Tuesday, 18 February 2020.
Discussions will be led by Prof. Dr. Anne van Aacken (Professor, University of Hamburg) and Dr. Sara Dezalay (Senior Lecturer, University of Cardiff).
The seminars are free of charge and are limited to 15 participants per session.
Geneva, Switzerland, 18 February 2020.
Dr. Sara Dezalay (University of Cardiff) will be presenting her research on: "African Lawyers: Between Imperial Legacies and Tranformation in Global Capitalism".
Registration before 17 February 2020.
The MIDS applications for the 2020-2021 academic year are now open! If interested in starting or continuing your career on international disputes settlement through the MIDS, please apply before the 19th of December 2019.
Buenos Aires, 20-31 July 2020 - Faculty of Law, University of Buenos Aires (UBA) - Applications are now open!
LAIAC is a joint initiative of the Geneva Center for International Dispute Settlement (CIDS) and the Faculty of Law of the University of Buenos Aires (UBA). In the absence of similar institutions or courses at this scale in the region, LAIAC seeks to address the increasing demand for specialized teaching in international commercial and investment arbitration in Latin America.
A leading LL.M. with a stellar faculty for a group of selected outstanding students. An in-depth and high-profile training to become a top international dispute settlement lawyer.
Short educational programs for professionals seeking to specialize in specific aspects of international dispute settlement.
Dr. Sara Dezalay (Cardiff University) presents her work on "African Lawyers: Between Imperial Legacies and Transformation in Global Capitalism"
The CIDS is pleased to announce its 5th Doctoral Research Seminar
By Director of CIDS Research Thomas Schultz and co-author Niccolò Ridi on Arbitration Literature
By Director of CIDS Research Thomas Schultz, titled "The Ethos of Arbitration"
By Cédric Dupont, Thomas Schultz, and Merih Angin, titled Double Jeopardy? The Use of Investment Arbitration in Times of Crisis
By Thomas Schultz and Jason Mitchenson
By Thomas Schultz and Clément Bachmann