Designed for classroom use, International Civil Dispute Resolution sets forth in a clear, well-organized manner, the key legal and practical issues for successful handling of international dispute resolution. The book captures the four authors' many years of practice and diverse experience in international litigation and arbitration matters. The interesting "real world" problems posed will engage students and provide lasting knowledge through a "see it, do it, know it" approach. The chapters separately address critical topics, including the role of the international lawyer, tips for international research and international resources, jurisdiction, service of process, obtaining the evidence, act of state, foreign sovereign immunity, and enforcement of judgments. Reflecting the growing use of alternative dispute resolution, an entire chapter is devoted to mediation and arbitration issues'including a stand-alone problem on mediation and arbitration planning and clause drafting. An accompanying document supplement contains materials essential to a full understanding of practice issues posed by international dispute resolution. A Teacher's Manual also accompanies the materials and contains clear and concise answers to the questions posed in the student book and discussion of the issues raised. Guidance is also provided as to the amount of class time to allocate to the problems and other course management options and tips.Charles S. Baldwin is the author of 'International Civil Dispute Resolution (American Casebook)' with ISBN 9780314258588 and ISBN 0314258582.