Écoles, masters et doctorats / Schools, Masters and Doctorates / Enseignements / Teachings
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ADVOCACY IN INTERNATIONAL ARBITRATION
Semester : Autumn Number of hours : 8 Language of tuition : English ; French
Course validation : Students will form working groups of three or four, in which they will plan and execute an advocacy research project, selfdirected or with guidance from UNICEF country ofﬁces ; in addition, each student will write a 4-6 page personal reﬂection on an advocacy problem of special interest, drawing upon the texts of the class. 4-6 page personal essay (50%) ; small-group research assignments (40%) ; in-class participation (10%). Workload : Readings will be primarily excerpts of larger works, with a weekly reading workload of 2-4 hours. Research projects will be developed throughout the semester, with workload to be determined and divided by the students themselves. Pedagogical Method : This course has been labelled as a “PSIA pedagogically innovative course” : Course taught in partnership with UNICEF ; Concrete application of theoretical knowledge in advocacy to different projects lead by UNICEF ; Development of strong team work and peers management skills in an international context. Classes will be conducted as a combination of group discussion of texts and voluntary participation in advocacy exercises (for example, how to craft and present a personal story in 5 minutes or less). Course Description : This course has been labelled as a “PSIA pedagogically innovative course”(see below pedagogical format for further information). Objectives of the course : Develop a keen understanding of the history, philosophy, tools, and current methods of advocacy with reference to key texts and case studies. Identify your interests and reﬁne your skills as an advocate, amplifying your natural talents and developing new ones. The class is intended to strike a balance between the presentation of key ideas, the consideration of personal and professional advocacy experiences, and the exploration of emerging trends and problems. We will take part in a unique collaboration with UNICEF, participating in research projects to strengthen their ability to advocate for children and youth in countries throughout the world. 1041
Teachers : Isabelle MICHOU (Avocat associé), Michael YOUNG (Avocat associé). Pedagogical Format : Workshop Course validation : Attendance. Participation in small drills and case study. Pedagogical Method : Enseignement bilingue anglais/français. 2 sessions de 4 heures. Course Description : The workshop will cover issues such as : what is advocacy (written advocacy, advocacy with witnesses and oral advocacy) ; some hot topics related to Advocacy (what duties do counsel owe to the arbitral tribunal ? Is there a need for harmonization of counsel's ethical rules ? How to manage time and costs in international arbitration ?) ; the workshop will also include drills in small groups and a case study around cross-examination. Required reading : Note on fundamental techniques for examining a witness ; IBA rules on the taking of evidence in international arbitration (The documents will be posted in advance of the workshop).
ADVOCACY : PHILOSOPHY AND PRACTICE
Semester : Spring Number of hours : 24 Language of tuition : English
Opened to the exchange program
Teachers : Lex PAULSON (Vice-President stratégie, La Nouvelle Ecoles d'Athènes). Pedagogical Format : Seminar