Foreign Direct Investment
International Arbitration Moot
Associated LLM Programs from Select Partners

General

FDI Moot particiapants who wish to enhance their knowledge in the field of investment arbitration may wish to consider one of the following LLM programs of founding or partner institutions of the FDI Moot: King's College London | Pepperdine University | University of Miami |

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King's College London

International Dispute Resolution LLM

Contact: Holger Hestermeyer, Reader of The Shell Lectureship in Intl Dispute Resolution, King's College London, The Dickson Poon School of Law, East Wing, Somerset House, The Strand, London, England. Email: holger.hestermeyerkcl.ac.uk

FDI Moot co-founder King's College London invites students, coaches or arbitrators of this year's FDI Moot to join their International Dispute Resolution LLM program.

Applications must be made online using King’s online application portal and should be received by 30 March 2018.

Students will be taught by world-leading scholars and practitioners including Professor David Caron (FDI Moot Arbitrator, Global Final 2015), Judge at Iran-US Claims Tribunal; VV Veeder QC (FDI Moot Arbitrator, Global Final 2011), a barrister at Essex Court Chambers, and one of the world’s leading arbitrators; and Sam Wordsworth QC (FDI Moot Arbitrator, Global Final 2015), a barrister at Essex Court Chambers working on public international law and arbitration.

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Pepperdine University

LLM in Dispute Resolution

Contact: Marcelo Rosadilla, Assistant Director, Straus Institute for Dispute Resolution, Pepperdine University School of Law, 24255 Pacific Coast Highway | Malibu, CA 90263, Tel: +1 (310) 506-6228, Email: marcelo.rosadillapepperdine.edu

FDI Moot co-founder Pepperdine University awards one half tuition scholarship to attend the Straus Institute's LLM in Dispute Resolution to a student, coach or arbitrator of this year's FDI Moot .

In order to be considered for this scholarship, applications must be completed by 15 February 2018. The scholarship will be awarded to one outstanding applicant based on an assessment of achievements and skills.

Students will be taught by Professor Catherine Rogers, of Penn State and Queen Mary College, Maria Chedid from Baker & McKenzie (FDI Moot 2014 Final presiding arbitrator), as well as Professor Jack J. Coe, Jr. (FDI Moot co-founder representative and FDI Moot arbitrator and Faculty Director of the ICA LLM).

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University of Miami

White and Case International Arbitration LLM

Contact: Sandra Friedrich, Director & Lecturer in Law, White & Case International Arbitration LL.M. Graduate Program, University of Miami School of Law, +1 (305) 284-1965, Email: sfriedrichlaw.miami.edu

In addition to regular scholarship offerings one half tuition scholarship to attend one of Miami Law’s LLM programs is available to be awarded to a student, coach or arbitrator of the FDI Moot.

In order to be considered for this scholarship, applications must be completed by 15 February 2018. The scholarship will be awarded to one outstanding applicant based on an assessment of achievements and skills.

The US$50 application fee will be waived for any FDI Moot participant applying via the University’s Online Application System.

Students are taught by an internationally renowned faculty, comprised of "world-class arbitrators", including Ms. Carolyn Lamm, Mr. J. Martin Hunter (also and FDI Moot Arbitrator), and Mr. Jan Paulsson (Michael Klein Distinguished Scholar Chair).

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