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Part time January PGDip, Other Part-Time: 1 year

About the course

Graduate Taught (level 9 nfq, credits 20)

Arbitration is a widely used alternative to litigation before the Courts. The use of arbitration is on the increase, and new legislation, the Arbitration Act, 2010, was introduced in 2010 to make Ireland a world leader in the field of arbitration. The Diploma is the only one of its kind in Ireland and will equip you with the competence required to conduct or participate in arbitrations.

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Entry Requirements

The Programme is for Professionals coming in to contact with arbitration. You will be expected to have either a legal qualification or a qualification or experience in a professional practice such as accountancy, architecture, engineering, etc. where arbitration is frequently encountered, such as:

- Practising barristers or solicitors
- Barristers or solicitors actively engaged in legally connected employment,
- Graduates holding an approved university degree or law-based interdisciplinary university degree,
- Persons with other academic and/or professional qualifications and/or such experiences as would satisfy the School that they are able to participate on this course.

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Where is University College Dublin
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