This self-guided course delves into the concept and purpose of various dispute resolution tools, including the differences between them, the extent and scope of any public interest features and outcomes in international arbitration, and applications of public interest law in dispute resolution matters. The course also focuses on practical skills on how to conduct hearings, manage cultural differences in negotiations, and compare best arbitration practices worldwide to Russian law to explore room for potential improvement. The course gives participants the tools to analyze real-life cases to identify facts critical to participants’ arguments and develop a theory that will lead to an issue statement.

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