Mediation Advocacy


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Mediation, as an Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) method, is becoming increasingly popular worldwide. The virtues of mediation to prevent and settle legal disputes outside of courts, and to preserve a working relationship in ways that would not be possible in a win-lose procedure, are particularly useful in the international arena.

The course focuses on the role of the “advocates” in mediation (both the party and its lawyer): from the beginning of the dispute to its conclusion. Particular emphasis is placed on the skills required to proactively advocate one’s interest in a consensual process, by “borrowing” the power of the mediator.

Key Learing Points

  • Choosing the appropriate tools to manage disputes
  • Advocating for results in a consensus-based setting
  • Leveraging the process to your advantage

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