Instructor: Dr. Mateja Steinbrück Platise, M.Jur (Oxford)
Time and Venue
|10.05.2019||14:00 - 18:00||RuW 2.102|
|31.05.2019||14:00 - 18:00||RuW 2.102|
|14.06.2019||14:00 - 18:00||RuW 1.101|
|28.06.2019||14:00 - 18:00||RuW 2.102|
|19.07.2019||14:00 - 18:00||RuW 2.102|
Bitte beachten Sie folgende Änderung: Der 3. Termin wird nicht der 07.06.2019 sein, sondern der 14.06.2019.
Language of Instruction: English
Type of Exam: Klausur
Aim of the Course
Few areas of international law develop as rapidly as international dispute settlement, involving various international courts and tribunals, governments, law firms, civil society actors and other state and none-state actors all over the globe. The course aims to provide students with an understanding of some of the basic concepts and principles in international dispute settlement, and to give an overview over the range of non-judicial and judicial methods of dispute settlement in public international law. It contrasts the use of these methods in different legal fields and examines some of the most prominent institutional settings in which international dispute settlement operates. Students will be involved in debates and case studies throughout the course, being encouraged to critically evaluate differences and common features of various dispute settlement mechanisms as well as their relationship, potentials and shortcomings.
Part I: Basic Concepts and Principles
Part II: Methods of Dispute Settlement
Part III: Fields and Institutions
Part IV: Selected Trends and Challenges