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General Courses

The groundwork of the curriculum consists of two general courses, which provide a comprehensive overview of international dispute settlement. Each of these general courses run throughout the 14 weeks of one semester at four hours per week.

The first course held during the autumn semester sets the stage and explains the different mechanisms for resolving international disputes. The second course, in the spring semester, discusses the main procedural issues that arise in international legal proceedings.

First General Course:
The Organization of International Dispute Settlement

Prof. Laurence Boisson de Chazournes
Prof. Gabrielle Kaufmann-Kohler