Tag Archives | Eileen Carroll

Letter from America

“When you go will you send back, A letter from America?” The title lyrics to the hit Proclaimers song captures how my career and work in Europe and the UK has drawn on experience and lessons from the USA; something I reflected on recently while in Boston. With 2017 marking the bicentennial of Harvard Law […]

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The third edition of “International Mediation: Breaking Business Deadlock”

This Monday evening, CEDR launched the 3rd edition of ‘International Mediation: Breaking Business Deadlock’ by Eileen Carroll QC (Hon) and Dr Karl Mackie CBE. We believe this update – a decade since the last edition – with useful guidance on how to prepare for an international mediation. General Counsels and Law Firm Partners gathered at […]

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Looking back; Looking Forward: CEDR starts its 25 year birthday celebrations

Last week CEDR launched its 25 Years Anniversary celebrations with an event at Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP on ‘How Mediation and ADR has moved forward in the last 25 years’ for our CEDR Exchange members followed by a reception for all current and former CEDR employees. The evening compered by CEDR Director Graham Massie, brought […]

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Podcast with leading employment mediator

You are invited to download a conversation between mediators Frances Maynard and Eileen Carroll QC (Hon) on the occasion of Frances’ change of career from full-time mediator to CEDR Mediator Emeritus. The interview touches on Frances’ experience and on how she has become one of the most respected mediators in the city and banking industry, in […]

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The CEDR Dinner 2013 at BAFTA

When I arrived at CEDR in July the first thing I began working on was the CEDR Annual Dinner 2013. Back in July the Dinner seemed to be in the distant future but all of a sudden it was 21st November and we were on our way to the British Academy of Film and Television […]

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