Combining expertise to provide high quality education in the field of arbitration, The Professional Certificate in Arbitration results from a joint venture between the University of Adelaide Law School and the Resolution Institute and is the only course of its kind across Australia and New Zealand.
The online learning delivery format offers flexible study options and is open to students across Australia and New Zealand. The content includes highly practical and experiential components, providing students with a solid understanding of arbitration law and practice and its role as a method of dispute resolution.
The Professional Certificate in Arbitration is run every two years and will be offered again in 2024. The course is currently open to enrolments.
How to apply?
Before you consider applying for this program, please ensure you meet the entry requirements outlined on the University of Adelaide Law School’s website.
You can then apply directly via the law school website.
The Professional Certificate in Arbitration will provide you with knowledge and a practical understanding of domestic commercial arbitration as an Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) process. The course is designed for completion in one year. It is run over two university semesters.
LAW 7155 - Introduction to Arbitration runs in semester 1 from March to June.
Law 7156 - Advanced Arbitration runs in semester 2 from July to November.