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- The speciﬁc projects characteristics impacting contract drafting : project duration, project frame, project cooperation, project conﬂict risks ; - Key contract clauses and negotiation techniques : general clauses, commercial clauses, ﬁnancial clauses, liability clauses, governing law & settlement of disputes clauses, boiler plate provisions, negotiation strategy ; - The recourse to international contract forms and standards as benchmark or reference for global infrastructure projects (e.g. FIDIC contract conditions ; MF1 ; NEC ; Orgalime, etc.) ; - The impact of project ﬁnancing (including bonds & guarantees) and the consequences on the balance of legal and contractual risks between the parties ; - The organization of the nexus of contracts and interface/interaction between the various projects agreements : 'back-to-back' issues with subcontracts and ﬂow-downs of main contract risks between projects agreements (e.g. cross-default and cross termination risks) ; - The management and resolution of disputes : contract & claims management activities during projects execution, dispute review boards and other alternative dispute resolution mechanisms, court litigation & arbitration. Required reading : A bibliography will be circulated before the start of the course.
use of force, international humanitarian law, international human rights law, international criminal law and international refugee law. During the course we will examine different situations of conﬂict, focusing each lecture on a topic or a case study in which we will critically examine the law and the role of States, non states armed groups, international organizations, NGOs and international and domestic tribunals. Required reading : See course outline.
LAW AND ECONOMICS
Semester : Spring Number of hours : 24 Language of tuition : English
Opened to the exchange program
Teachers : Claudine DESRIEUX (Professeur des Universités). Pedagogical Format : Seminar Course validation : Continuous assessment : 100 % of the ﬁnal grade. - Participation : Students are asked to read the assignments prior to class and to participate in class discussions (20%) ; - Reaction Papers : Students are asked to write 2 reaction papers throughout the semester discussing, in no more than 3 pages, an issue raised in the material of the following class (40%) ; - Final exam : Students will take a ﬁnal exam at the end of the semester (40%). Workload : Students are required to read before each class. Readings are organized as required and suggested readings. If you have time go through the suggested readings otherwise, focus only on the required ones. Pedagogical Method : Course objectives : - Develop a basic understanding of the methodology, application and ideology of law and economics as a school of thought ; - Evaluate critically the different aspects of this inﬂuential movement ; - Formulate a well-informed opinion about the different aspects of law and economics, regarding both its positive and normative analysis. Course Description : This course provides an introduction to the school of thought “law and eco1483
LAW AND CONFLICT
Semester : Autumn Number of hours : 24 Language of tuition : English
Opened to the exchange program
Teachers : Anne QUINTIN (Juriste en charge du secteur de la formation en droit international humanitaire), William SCHABAS (Professor of International Law). Pedagogical Format : Seminar Course validation : Oral presentation (group work) : 30% ; Final paper : 60% ; Oral participation during the class : 10 %. Course Description : The course is intended to address the role that various branches of law and enforcement mechanisms play during conﬂicts, notably general public international law on the