Department of International Arbitration and International Law

Department of International Arbitration and International Law
Diana Intl College offers its students the opportunity to study professionally in the Department of International Arbitration and International Law to study (BA, MA, PhD) professional

Subjects specializing in international arbitration and international law:

 1- Civil law: It is one of the most important branches of the law that regulates the relationships that arise between persons, none of whom acts in his capacity as sovereign, and civil law is the one that regulates the financial legal ties, except for what is related to trade and personal relationships between individuals.

The most important topics in this article:

  • Law and its implementation.
  • Conflict of laws.
  • Personal obligations or rights.


2- Commercial law: It is a set of legal rules that govern the conduct of business and merchants and define the applicable legal system.

This principle is based mainly on encircling the forms of dealing, whether merchant with the merchant or merchant with others, and codifying them in a way that allows the law to clarify everything that hinders the freedom of trade.

Our axes in this article:

Trade in general.

  • Registration in the commercial registry.
  • Commercial agency contract.
  • Termination lawsuit and termination of sale.
  • The provisions for presenting the business as a share in the company.



3- The Civil and Commercial Cranes Law: The set of rules that organize the judicial authority, and indicate the procedures to be followed before the courts, regarding disputes related to private law matters. This law is not concerned with stating the rights and duties of individuals, such as what is followed in the various branches of private law.

We will discuss together these basic axes:

  • The judicial system.
  • Conflict of laws in private international law.
  •  Jurisdiction.
  • Rules of Procedure Law.



4- International Commercial Arbitration: It is considered a means to settle disputes arising from international trade contracts, and it is a special judiciary concerned with the parties, and this court avoids many of the defects of litigation before the local courts in the countries of the parties to the conflict, and is distinguished by many advantages that are consistent with the needs of international trade that need speed In resolving their disputes, from a specialist judiciary who has the technical know-how, which is characteristic of arbitration.

The most important topics in this material:

  • International arbitration resources.
  • Model Arbitration Clauses.
  • Arbitration laws.
  • Research method for international arbitrators.

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