Online Education

Welcome to the ITA Online Education Library. Here you will find:

  • The Practice of International Commercial Arbitration: Beginning, Middle and End, a series of video recordings of scripted live ITA Workshops, with mock scenes and commentaries written and performed by the world’s leading experts in the field of international arbitration, which have been edited for educational use by lawyers, professors, students, law firms and corporate legal departments seeking to understand or teach this growing area of international practice (available online and on USB drive)(CLE/CPD credits available)
  • Video productions of other scripted live ITA Workshops, focused on arbitral advocacy, investment treaty arbitration and other aspects of international commercial arbitration (available on DVD only)(CLE/CPD credits available)
  • Recorded ITA webinars on hot topics (available online only)(CLE/CPD credits available)
  • Video Interviews conducted by ITA’s Academic Council of key figures in the evolution of modern international arbitration (available free online)

The Practice of International Commercial Arbitration: Beginning, Middle and End

This 3-Part Set of video programs is designed to demonstrate and explain the beginning, middle and end stages of an international commercial arbitration with mock scenes, expert commentaries, study guides and other supporting materials. Purchase the entire 3-Part Set (online or USB), or each Part individually (online or USB), or each Act individually (online only).

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Workshops on DVD

Scenes from a mock international arbitration with expert commentary:

  • Investment Treaty Arbitration in the 21st Century (2 DVD set)
  • Arbitral Advocacy (4 DVD set)
  • International Commercial Arbitration (6 DVD set)
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Restating the US Law of International Commercial Arbitration: "Between the "Domestic" and the "International""

The restatement of the US Law of International Commercial Arbitration is well on the road. Two chapters have been approved and are official. One is before the advisory committee at this time. And there remain two to go.

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Preserving Perspectives: International Arbitrators in Their Own Words

A series of recorded interviews with key figures under the ITA Academic Council’s ongoing Arbitrator Perspectives Project to record the evolution of modern international arbitration in the words of those who have led it.

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