Better Advise Clients by Learning the Essentials of Resolving International Disputes in Common Law Jurisdictions
This self-paced course is designed to introduce non-native English-speaking legal professionals to basic principles of resolving international disputes. By the end of the Dispute Resolution in Common Law Jurisdictions course, you will better understand how to resolve international disputes by:
- Understanding, at a high level, U.S. and U.K. legal systems
- Including the jury system, judge-made law and precedent, key legal personnel, and legal culture
- Learning key procedural rules for litigating in common law legal systems
- Discovering how to effectively use international legal systems
- Learning the essentials of international arbitration as an international lawyer advising your clients on cross-border disputes
The Dispute Resolution in Common Law Jurisdictions course is well suited for non-native English-speaking professionals in the legal services industry including, lawyers, law students, paralegals, legal assistants, law clerks, and other legal services personnel. All course materials are in English so candidates must have reasonable written and spoken English language skills.
- Introduce legal professionals to common legal English expressions
- Introduce legal professionals to common social and cultural depictions of lawyers in the U.S. and U.K.
- Instill a broad understanding of how English-speaking common law legal systems function (with a focus on the systems in the U.S. and the U.K.)
- Introduce legal professionals to how the international commercial arbitration system functions