Germany, Trier

Summer Course on Alternative Dispute Resolution

when 27 June 2016 - 1 July 2016
language English
duration 1 week
credits 20 ECTS
fee EUR 1090

Key topics

- Legal framework of mediation, ADR & ODR
- Business mediation in practice
- Consumer ADR: key features and techniques
- Applying core mediation skills
- The role of the lawyer, the mediator and the parties
- Mediation advocacy
- ODR and the functioning of the ODR platform

Course leader

Dr. Angelika Fuchs

Target group

This course is aimed at lawyers, judges, notaries and judicial staff who want to use alternative methods of dispute resolution and/or improve their ability to resolve disputes, and for mediators.

Course aim

The purpose of this interactive course is to introduce lawyers to the law and practice of mediation, business mediation, alternative dispute resolution (ADR) and online dispute resolution (ODR) by way of lectures, case studies and daily workshops (including one full day of mock mediation) in which active participation is encouraged.

Credits info

Professional Training (CPD) 21hours

Fee info

EUR 1090: Discounts available



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