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Diploma in International Arbitration

 

Intake: On demand  

Modes: Part-Time and Weekends

 

Overview

BAC offers a unique practitioner’s qualification in collaboration with the Malaysian Institute of Arbitrators (MIArb) for students to augment their qualifications by pursuing the Diploma in International Arbitration concurrently with their respective courses. It is a fast-track, practical and relevant course that is targeted at practicing and aspiring arbitrators. Participants of this course will receive a solid grounding in the basic principles of arbitration, with subsequent emphasis on real-life applications using case studies.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

    • Any Degree
    • Other qualifications and work experience will be taken into consideration on an individual basis.

 

Modules and Learning

    • Introduction to Arbitration
    • The Arbitration Agreement
    • The Concept of the Seat of Arbitration
    • Enforcing the Arbitration Agreement
    • Introduction to Arbitration
    • The Model Law
    • The New York Convention
    • The Arbitration Act 2005
    • Arbitration and other forms of dispute resolution
    • Appointment and Removal of Arbitrators
    • Terms of Reference of the Arbitrator
    • Remuneration of the Arbitrator and Selection Process
    • Conflict of Interest
    • Kompetenz Kompetenz
    • Laws Applicable to International Arbitration
    • Institutional v Ad Hoc Arbitration
    • Powers of the Arbitrator
    • Procedure in Arbitration
    • Comparative Analysis of International Arbitration Rules
    • Evidence in Arbitration
    • Discovery in Arbitration
    • The Hearing Process
    • Technology and Arbitration
    • Duties and Obligations of the Arbitrator in the conduct of the Hearing
    • Drafting Orders
    • Language issues in International Arbitration and their impact on the hearing
    • Advanced Techniques in Saving Cost and Time
    • Hot Tubbing
    • Chess Clock Arbitration
    • Documents Only Arbitration
    • The Award
    • Legal Requirements for an Enforceable Award
    • Challenging the Award
    • Objections to Enforcement
    • Fast Track Models
    • Confidentiality in Arbitration
    • Three hour written assessment

Payment Mode

·        Bank Draft

·        Cheque

·        Credit Card (inquire about our 0% payment plans)

·        Cash

·        Installment schemes

All payments are to be made payable to Brickfields Asia College Sdn. Bhd.

Public Bank Berhad

·        A/C Name: Brickfields Asia College Sdn. Bhd.

·        A/C Number: 3156344329

Hong Leong Bank Berhad

·        A/C Name: Brickfields Asia College Sdn. Bhd.

·        A/C Number: 04800213048

FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE

·        0% interest installment payment plans with all major credit cards

Next Intake

Campus: Petaling Jaya (PJ)

Intake: March 2017

Lecture Commences: 04th March 2017

Examination: TBA but tentatively 15th April 2017

 

Date/Day

Time

Module

Module Title

Saturday

  (04/03/2017) 

2.00pm - 5.00pm

Chapter 1

Introduction to Arbitration

Introduction to the course

What is Arbitration?

Treaties : Uniform Principals of Reciprocity

UNCITRAL Model Law

Sunday

 (05/03/2017)

10.00am - 1.00pm

 

Malaysian Arbitration Laws

International vs. Domestic Arbitration

Institutional vs. Ad hoc Arbitration

Other Types of ADR Methods

Saturday

 (11/03/2017)

2.00pm - 5.00pm

Chapter 2

The Arbitration Agreement

Types of Arbitration Agreements

Validity and Effect of Arbitration Agreements

Separability

Confidentiality

Sunday

 (12/03/2017)

10.00am - 1.00pm

Chapter 3

Applicable Laws in Arbitration

Potential for Different Applicable Laws

Seat/Place of Arbitration

Procedural Law vs. Substantive Law

The Law of the Contract/Substantive Law

The Law Governing the Arbitration Agreement

The Law Governing the Arbitration

Other Rules and Guidelines

 

Date/Day

Time

Module

Module Title

Saturday

(18/03/2017) 

2.00pm - 5.00pm

Chapter 4

The Appointment of the Tribunal

Choosing an Arbitrator

Appointment and Constitution

Challenge and Replacement

Terms of Reference

Review of Chapters 1 - 4

Questions and Answer Session

Sunday

(19/03/2017) 

10.00am - 1.00pm

Chapter 5

Jurisdiction and Powers

The Role of the Administrative Centre

The Role of the Tribunal

Jurisdiction vs. Powers vs. Duties

Immunity

Saturday

 (25/03/2017)

2.00pm - 5.00pm

Chapter 6

The Arbitral Proceedings   (Part 1)

Representation

Communications

Preliminary Steps

Interim Relief

Evidence

Discovery/Disclosure 

 

Date/Day

Time

Module

Module Title

Sunday

(26/03/2017) 

10.00am - 1.00pm

Chapter 6

The Arbitral Proceedings
(Part 2)

Opinion/Expert Evidence

Hearings

Managing Proceedings :

Time and Cost
Saving Techniques

Saturday

(01/04/2017) 

2.00pm - 5.00pm

Chapter 7

Awards

Definition

Categories

Validity

Effect

Practical Considerations

Review of Chapters 5 - 7

Questions and Answers

Sunday

(02/4/2017) 

10.00am – 1.00pm

Chapter 8

Challenge/Enforcement
of Awards

Enforcement

Challenges-Active/Passive

Public Policy

References/Appeals on Questions of Law

Consequences of Enforcement

Consequences of Challenges

Saturday
 (08/4/2017)

2.00pm - 5.00pm

 

Arbitration in Motion

Interactive discourse on the arbitral process applying the concepts learned throughout the course  (Review of Chapters 1 - 8)

Sunday
(09/04/2017)

 

10.00am - 1.00pm

 

Review of Syllabus &
Past Year Question Review

Saturday 
(15/04/2017)

 

2.00pm - 5.00pm

 

3 Hours written Examination

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