Does the FET standard strike an appropriate balance between investment protection on the one hand and the ability of states to regulate on key public policy issues on the other?
Critically assess the question by referring to the relevant scholarship and jurisprudence of international arbitral tribunals.
Word limit is 2,500 (excluding table of contents and bibliography)
Your report must contain an introduction, sub-sections, a conclusion, and a bibliography.
You must reference all sources according to Harvard APA style.
The attached guidance is in addition to the general assessment criteria guidelines for Level 7 Masters awards.
Discussions relating to the review of the question demonstrate a good understanding of the main concepts. The structure of the report is solid and eases the reader’s navigation of the various points.
There is a correct identification of the main legal and economic issues, with further discussion of their various implications in international investment law. The report shows good use of primary and secondary material, providing also some critical insights for the purposes of providing reasoned answers.
The analysis of the question delves into the findings made by the relevant jurisprudence, which are then used to offer some reasoned findings. In general, whilst more innovative points could have been raised, the submission demonstrates a good understanding and some critical insights.
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