Valentina Faienza

I participated in the second edition of the Certificate in International Commercial and Investment Arbitration and it really lived up to my (high) expectations. The course was structured in five days and it covered the main aspects of arbitration. The lecturers were international leading academics and practitioners, so that we got the chance to have a 360° perspective on both theoretical and practical issues related to international arbitration. The composition of the participants’ group, students and practitioners coming from all over the world, also contributed to the success of the course, with interesting debates arising from different point of views. Last but not least, the social events scheduled during the five days were a great opportunity of networking with the “international arbitration club”.