Alexander Grebelsky has become a scientific supervisor for the first Russian online video course on International Commercial Arbitration for the LF Academy.
Alexander Grebelsky has acted as a scientific supervisor and lecturer for the first Russian online video course on arbitration for the LF Academy.
The lectures for the course have been recorded by recognized experts in International Commercial Arbitration, who have not only academic but also many years of practical experience in the field.
The course is designed for 52 hours and consists of 55 online lectures. At the end of the course, students may be rewarded with a Certificate of Continuing Education.
Alexander Grebelsky has recorded eleven introductory lectures for the course under the general topic “Competence of International Commercial Arbitration”. As part of the lectures, he highlighted the history of arbitration, revealed the concept of International Commercial Arbitration, its differences from other alternative methods of dispute resolution, spoke about the legal nature and types of arbitration.
Detailed coverage was given to the New York Convention 1958 and the European Convention 1961, UNCITRAL documents, soft law used in arbitration, Russian and foreign legislation on domestic and international arbitration.
He has also covered the legal regime of the arbitration agreement, the principles of competence-competence and autonomy of the arbitration agreement.
The course is available on the LF Academy website via the link.