LAW 319 Arbitration Procedures for Legal Professionals




Arbitration is an alternative means to resolve contractual disputes outside of traditional court litigation both domestically and internationally. This course introduces the legal framework that underpins arbitration in Canada and provides students with practical and procedural skills related to the commencement and management of arbitration files, document production (redferns) and hearing logistics.


LAW 101 and LAW 110; OR 45 credits of 100-level or higher coursework

Course Outlines

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Effective Term
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