Investment Treaty Arbitration is an excellent teaching tool for lecturers and readers of international investment arbitration. This casebook includes over forty exercises based on real-life disputes, helping readers evaluate and analyse all aspects of the topic.
Intended to set out a basis for discussion in seminars, the material has been developed by the eminent practitioner and academic Kaj Hobér, using a teaching structure proven to be successful.
Key features include:
• extensive examples of cases alongside seminar exercises and mini mock arbitrations to help students put their knowledge into practice
• material built on the problem-based learning method, using fact patterns and allowing for in-depth discussion and a confident understanding of complex arbitration cases
• exercises including questions to answer, problems to solve and group exercises, alongside excerpts of the relevant cases for annotation and analysis.
The most wide-ranging textbook in the area, covering both substantive investment law and arbitration, this will become the key casebook for Master’s level courses or other advanced courses in international arbitration. It will also serve as a supplementary text for those studying investment law more broadly.