International Arbitration Programs


Rigi0660
Dear colleagues:

Hope you are doing well and that applications are going smoothly. I wanted to use this opportunity to ask your opinion regarding the leading programs in International Arbitration. To give you some background I’m a licensed attorney from a civil law jurisdiction (6 years of working experience) with a LLM Degree in the US with concentration in Energy, which is the main focus of my practice; however, I´m extremely interested in gaining relevant experience in arbitration matters to boost my practice.

In this connection, I´m considering to apply to the following programs:

1. MIDS.
2. University of Miami LL.M. in International Arbitration.
3. King’s College LL.M. in Dispute Resolution.

Please your advise is highly appreciated.

Regards,
Dear colleagues:

Hope you are doing well and that applications are going smoothly. I wanted to use this opportunity to ask your opinion regarding the leading programs in International Arbitration. To give you some background I’m a licensed attorney from a civil law jurisdiction (6 years of working experience) with a LLM Degree in the US with concentration in Energy, which is the main focus of my practice; however, I´m extremely interested in gaining relevant experience in arbitration matters to boost my practice.

In this connection, I´m considering to apply to the following programs:

1. MIDS.
2. University of Miami LL.M. in International Arbitration.
3. King’s College LL.M. in Dispute Resolution.

Please your advise is highly appreciated.

Regards,
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NapZ
I heard that Queen Mary has a great international arbitration program, pretty much the equivalent of the MIDS.

I am NOT an expert, but I have a friend who did the MIDS (which is considered #1 for international arbitration apparently), and he told me that Queen Mary was the "rival" of the MIDS and had the same level of quality.

So I would advise you to have a look at Queen Mary's LLM (maybe before Miami and King's College), then go to the forums to compare with your other choices maybe.
I heard that Queen Mary has a great international arbitration program, pretty much the equivalent of the MIDS.

I am NOT an expert, but I have a friend who did the MIDS (which is considered #1 for international arbitration apparently), and he told me that Queen Mary was the "rival" of the MIDS and had the same level of quality.

So I would advise you to have a look at Queen Mary's LLM (maybe before Miami and King's College), then go to the forums to compare with your other choices maybe.
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Rigi0660
Many thanks for your answer! It was really helpful!

Regards,
Many thanks for your answer! It was really helpful!

Regards,
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