There are many different Commercial (and Workplace) Mediator Skills courses in the world. CEDR’s Accreditation enjoys a particular distinction as probably the most widely recognised internationally because of the quality of the training and is consequently very popular. In a fair number of jurisdictions, CEDR’s Accreditation is part of a path to establishing oneself as […]
Teach our law students 21st Century Skills. This was the message emerging from a recent conference I spoke at on ADR in Legal Education held by Maastricht University, Faculty of Law. Few would argue that an understanding of ADR skills should not form part of a modern law degree. The changing legal landscape has, over […]
Today there are more businesses than ever using mediation to resolve their disputes. The mediation market is constantly growing there are now well over 10,000 mediations taking place annually (more if you include small claims run through schemes for businesses) in England and Wales – according to CEDR’s Mediation Audit. With over 300 mediators registered […]
True dialogue We live in challenging times. Harvey Weinstein’s actions have opened the door to more and more sexual harassment revelations coming out every day. The Brexit negotiations are in chaos. Germany’s government coalition building attempts are a fiasco. Kim Jong Un and Donald Trump’s teenage nuclear Twitter fight is frightening and irresponsible. The building […]
CEDR’s biennial International ADR (Alternative Dispute Resolution) Trainers’ Network, with over 30 professionals, from 17 countries worldwide and kindly hosted by both Allen & Overy and CMS, was held in London four weeks ago. The International ADR Trainers Network, created by CEDR in 2011, brings together high quality trainers biennially to provide a forum for […]
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