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A Guide to Arbitration Award Writing

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Writing an arbitration award that is clear, concise, unambiguous, and enforceable is a key skill that all arbitrators must develop. Book your place on this convenient eModule and develop your award writing skills.

If you are a practitioner wishing to refresh your skills or develop an arbitration practice, this course is ideal for you. Book your place and learn the main skills you need to understand the technical requirements of writing an award to ensure a high standard so that it satisfies its purpose.

Learning Outcomes

Through a mix of videos and interactive activities, you will explore the three main stages of Award Writing: Technical Draft; Analytical Draft; and the Final Draft.  On successful completion, you will effectively be able to: -

  • Understand the principles of the arbitration process leading to the preparation of the Final Award.
  • Analyse the facts and legal issues in an arbitration with a view to preparing an award.
  • Deal with costs and interest.
  • Recognise the importance of reflecting reasons adequately in an award.
  • Apply your knowledge to a case study.

 

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What are the learning outcomes of the course?

Through a mix of videos guided by Dr Karen Akinci FCIArb, Founding Partner of Akinci Law and CIArb Tutor in Domestic and International Arbitration, and interactive activities, you will explore the three main stages of Award Writing: Technical Draft; Analytical Draft; and the Final Draft.  

On successful completion, you will effectively be able to: -

  • Understand the principles of the arbitration process leading to the preparation of the Final Award.
  • Analyse the facts and legal issues in an arbitration with a view to preparing an award.
  • Deal with costs and interest.
  • Recognise the importance of reflecting reasons adequately in an award.
  • Apply your knowledge to a case study/scenario.

You will also be able to: -

  • Discover the different types of arbitral award.
  • Satisfy all the Technical requirements of the award.
  • Learn language skills required to write awards correctly.
  • Grasp basic drafting skills.
  • Analyse the key component parts of an arbitral award.
  • Understand the importance of procedural history.
  • Recognise relevant domestic arbitration law and Articles II and V of the New York.
  • Know how to avoid enforcement problems.

You can take this course anytime that suits you.

The course includes three, interactive learning chapters with each chapter consisting of three units covering the many facets of arbitration award writing.

Each chapter has a series of multiple-choice questions, drag and drop activities, a scenario and follow-up questions that allow you to informally assess your knowledge.

There are also interactive videos, which are linked to each unit, and provide you with a chance to apply your learning.

After each interactive exercise, you will be told what the correct answer is and why, so you can reflect and deepen your knowledge and understanding of the subject area.

Upon successful completion of the course, you will receive a certificate.

To unlock this course/assessment, you need to have at least one of the below prerequisites completed

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