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Professor Mistelis speaking at Freshfields International Arbitration event
Professor Mistelis speaking at Freshfields International Arbitration event

School of International Arbitration

The School of International Arbitration (SIA) is a centre of excellence in research and teaching of international arbitration and is part of the Centre for Commercial Law Studies (CCLS) in the School of Law at Queen Mary, University of London.

The School of International Arbitration was established in 1985 to promote advanced teaching and research in the law and practice affecting international arbitration. Today the School is widely acknowledged as the leading teaching and research centre on international arbitration in the world. The School of International Arbitration offers a range of international arbitration courses including: specialist LLM modules, postgraduate diplomas, professional courses and training and one of the largest specialist PhD programmes in the world. 

Members

Visiting and part-time staff (with course responsibilities)

Teaching and education

The School of International Arbitration offers seven LLM modules, two postgraduate diplomas and one of the largest specialist PhD programmes in the world.

All taught and research degrees are offered through the School of Law at Queen Mary, University of London.

Events and Short Courses

View all events on the School of International Arbitration website.

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