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I have been interested in international arbitration since I have attended the first class as student, three years ago. Since then I have participated to several conferences and seminars regarding different topics of international arbitration. My interest to deepen the knowledge in international arbitration led me to participate to the first edition of the Certificate on International Commercial and Investment Arbitration at University of Roma Tre, which is one of the few Italian Universities offering these international courses. I must say I was pleasantly surprised by the topics covered and, above all, by the high-quality lecturers that came from all over the world.
I highly recommend to both students and professionals to participate to the second edition of the certificate not only for the very interesting subject, as international arbitration is, but also for the exclusive opportunity to meet the best practitioners of the international arbitration world and to ask them questions, further information or just curiosities.
Giulia Romana Mele
I was very pleased to know that Roma Tre was going to held its second edition of the Certificate in International Commercial and Investment Arbitration this year as the Certificate is a truly excellent one. Even if before attending the course I knew little or nothing about international arbitration I felt that, even in a short period of time, I was provided with a solid “starter pack” on the matter.
The Certificate was held by the most prominent practitioners in the field and it was exciting to get to know them and having the chance to see the subject trough their eyes. Although the high-level of each session, the lectures and the presentations were so well structured that everything was clear to me. And even so, whether some doubts were left, or some clarification needed, each speaker was more than willing to answer and very happy to turn the matter inside out. For this reason I highly recommend this Certificate both to people who wants to approach the field of International Arbitration for the first time and to people already practicing in International Arbitration who whish to deepen their knowledge. Not to mention all the amazing opportunities we had to know each other other during the networking events organized during the course.
This Certificate is a not to be missed chance!
I participated in the first edition of the Certificate. It was structured as a five-day intensive course and it was aimed at introducing participants to international commercial and investment arbitration. The course covered the main topics related to the complex world of arbitration explained by experienced practitioners from different jurisdictions. All the lectures were engaging and I gain a deeper knowledge of the different topics that were developed. What I really liked was that all the theory that was taught was discussed in a very contemporary way, merging the technical knowledge with real situations of that specific topic, which is uncommon for an Italian University. A part from the lectures, what I enjoyed the most was the possibility of networking and thus exchange comments, views and advice with the lecturers and the other participants. In my opinion, the Certificate is suitable both for law students and for legal practitioners interested in arbitration who wish to gain knowledge and skills that will allow them to pursue a career in this field.