YEREVAN, Armenia – On February 8-9, 2014, students from the American University of Armenia (AUA) attended the Intellectual Property Rights Center (IPRC)’s Fourth Annual Intellectual Property (IP) Moot Court Competition at AUA. Teams from five different law schools took part in the two-day event and once again impressed the judges with their skills and knowledge in the field of intellectual property rights.
YEREVAN, Armenia – Former professor in the American University of Armenia (AUA)’s LL.M. program Nicholas Koumjian was recently appointed as international co-prosecutor at the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia (ECCC), a hybrid criminal tribunal trying international crimes.
YEREVAN, Armenia – The American University of Armenia (AUA)’s Legal Resource Center (AUA LRC), has joined forces with ADR Partners LLC, one of the pioneers of the Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) movement in Armenia, to form the AUA Mediation and Arbitration Clinic.
During this 5 day course students interact with international experts and engage in role-playing activities on such important legal issues
The Center for Excellence in Negotiation in Yerevan recently organized a training session for select police officers on Crowd Management Negotiations.
Dr Arman Sarvarian will present on the putative role in the Syrian civil war of the International Criminal Court (ICC). In particular, he will analyze the political and legal problems, the role of the United Nations Security Council (UNSC), the experience of the first decade of the ICC, and allegations of serious international crimes committed against the Armenian community in Syria.
Legal experts from around the world joined their Armenian counterparts on Saturday, April 6, for a conference at the American University of Armenia dedicated to exploring the challenges and prospects Armenia faces in ratifying the Statute of the International Criminal Court (ICC).
Arthur G. Martirosyan, the founder and director of the Centers for Excellence in Negotiation, spoke at the American University of Armenia (AUA) on Monday, March 25, about the use of advocacy and diplomacy in the drive for Armenian Genocide recognition.
The findings of a study on the Armenian culture of negotiation, performed by the American University of Armenia (AUA)’s Center for Excellence in Negotiation (CEN), were recently featured in Yerevan State University’s scientific journal, the YSU Banber.
International and local experts were in Yerevan on Friday, November 30 for a one-day conference examining mining and socio-economic policy in Armenia. In the coming days, we’ll share photos, videos and presentations from the conference here in the hopes of extending the discussion and debate around the issue from the physical realm to the virtual.