Which school has best arbitration courses: UChicago, NYU or UCLA?


Ipek
Hi, I have been admitted to the above programs, but am having a hard time deciding which one is better for starting a career in arbitration (I previously specialised in corporate law).

I want to gain hands-on experience through experiential courses and clinics - so far I have the impression that NYU is the most practice-oriented, UCLA is second in terms of experiential learning of arbitration, and UChicago is a bit more on the theoretical side (with only one course on arbitration).

I would really welcome any input on whether my assumption is correct. Which of the schools provides the strongest training in arbitration?
Hi, I have been admitted to the above programs, but am having a hard time deciding which one is better for starting a career in arbitration (I previously specialised in corporate law).

I want to gain hands-on experience through experiential courses and clinics - so far I have the impression that NYU is the most practice-oriented, UCLA is second in terms of experiential learning of arbitration, and UChicago is a bit more on the theoretical side (with only one course on arbitration).

I would really welcome any input on whether my assumption is correct. Which of the schools provides the strongest training in arbitration?
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usallm123
NYU in general is well-known for international law. It also has a good program on Arbitration. Like you mentioned it seems to the be right choice. You can look at its LLM graduates from the program who are working in good firms etc.

[Edited by usallm123 on Mar 22, 2020]

NYU in general is well-known for international law. It also has a good program on Arbitration. Like you mentioned it seems to the be right choice. You can look at its LLM graduates from the program who are working in good firms etc.
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