This Diploma in Maritime Arbitration, run in conjunction with Middlesex University Dubai, will be delivered virtually from September to December 2020 using CIArb’s virtual classroom and online resources.
It will be directed by George Lambrou FCIArb, a Solicitor Advocate with nearly 20 years of experience acting for clients in a wide range of maritime disputes around the world. It will have a supervised dissertation part, as well as expert tuition, and its 3 parts will incorporate the law, practice and procedure of international maritime arbitration, as well as evidence, decision making and award writing.
The course fee advertised includes:
The assessment fee for this course is £408 and should be booked and paid for separately.
What are the entry requirements?
English language competence - CIArb training and assessment is carried out in English. It is
therefore essential that candidates are proficient in both written and spoken English. Where
English is not a candidate’s first language it is recommended that they have achieved a standard
that is, as a minimum, equivalent to the International English Language Testing System (IELTS)
level 7 or a score of 94-101 in the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) system. CIArb
issues this advice as a guideline and, while it will not require any evidence of this standard
prior to enrolment on a course, candidates who do not have this standard of English may be
What are the learning outcomes?
On successful completion of the Diploma candidates will be able to:
How is Part 1 delivered?
Part 1 is delivered during virtual training sessions across one semester, with a combination of lectures, exercises and interactive workshops, dealing with international maritime arbitration law, practice and procedure. CIArb’s virtual classroom platform will be used.
Part 2 – Law of Obligations
The Diploma in International Maritime Arbitration aims at preparing candidates for FCIArb which is a mark of proficiency in dealing with evidence, decision making and award writing in international maritime arbitration. As the law of obligations provides an essential framework for this, candidates are required to show expertise in it. On the diploma, this is done via an online exemption test on the common law and civil law of contract and tort sent out on 11 November 2020.
Part 3 - Evidence, Decision Making and Award Writing of International Arbitration
Following on from what was said above about FCIArb, this part provides candidates with the knowledge required to understand and consider evidence, to weigh it up and analyse submissions, arrive at a conclusion and write a final, reasoned and enforceable arbitration award in compliance with the English Arbitration Act 1996 and the LMAA Terms 2017. During the virtual training programme, candidates focus on the processes followed by an arbitrator in defining the issues that have to be decided by an award, dealing with the submissions made by the parties, analysing the appropriate law, evaluating the evidence, applying the law to that evidence, arriving at a conclusion and then writing a final, reasoned and enforceable award.
The Diploma in International Maritime Arbitration, which is delivered virtually using CIArb’s virtual classroom from 23 September 2020 to 16 December 2020, is split into three parts.
For a copy of the programme, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Upon successful registration on the course, candidates will receive confirmation that they are booked on the course.
Joining instructions and course materials will be made available on LearnADR.
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