Department: Master of Construction Law and Dispute Resolutions
Module Description: This module aims to provide sufficient knowledge of all the requirements for the writing of a final, reasoned and enforceable arbitration Award in a commercial dispute. This module focuses on international commercial arbitration as it applies to construction, including issues which are specific to Dubai, the UAE and the wider Gulf Region.
R Turner, Arbitration Award: A practical Approach (Blackwell Publishing, 2005).
E Al-Tamimi, Practical Guide to Litigation and Arbitration in the United Arab Emirates (Kluwer Law International, Netherlands 2003).
G. Blanke, Commentary on the UAE Arbitration Chapter (Thomson Reuters, 2017).
A H El-Ahdab, J El-Ahdab, Arbitration with the Arab Countries (3rd edn, Wolters Kluwer, Alphen aan den Rijn 2011).
N Blackaby and C Partasides, Redfern and Hunter on International Arbitration (6th edn, Oxford University Press, New York 2015).
P Capper, International Arbitration: A Handbook (3rd edn, LLP, London 2004).
S Saleh, Commercial Arbitration in the Arab Middle East (2nd edn, Hart Publishing, Oxford 2006).
J A Tackaberry and A Marriott, Bernstein’s Handbook of Arbitration and Dispute Resolution Practice (4th edn, Sweet & Maxwell, London 2003)
G B Born, International Arbitration: Law and Practice (Kluwer Law International, 2016).
G B Born, International Arbitration: Cases and Materials (2nd edn, Aspen Publishers; null edition, 2015).
A Elattar, Enforcement of International Arbitration Awards: A Comparative Study between Egypt, USA and the Gulf Cooperation Council (LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing, 2013).
V K Bhatia and G Garzone, Arbitration Awards: Generic Features and Textual Realisation (Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2012).