9/26/22, 8:28 AM
Law School, Center for International Law
Students at the Law School of MCC took part in a study trip to Stockholm organized by the Center for International Law of MCC. The goal of the study trip was to give insights into the unique atmosphere of the international dispute resolution of the prestigious Stockholm Arbitration Institute that has played a historic role in settling disputes between the Soviet Union and its successor states on the one hand and the Western states including the United States of America on the other. The study trip was especially timely as the Ukrainian conflict as well as the sanctions policy of the European Union could endanger this “bridge” function of the Stockholm and, in a broader sense, the European arbitration between East and West. The students could learn about these questions by visiting the relevant institutions, by participating in presentations of university professors, experts of this field, and lead attorneys as well as by engaging in open conversations with them.