The interactive training session will take participants through the different stages of any amicable dispute resolution procedure, such as mediation. After defining the roles of the mediator, parties, and lawyers, participants will work in small groups on a mock case. Each group will be led by a renowned dispute resolution practitioner. A real case study will be used to illustrate the roles of the parties.
“This new course is a unique opportunity for participants to gain insight into the different stages of any amicable dispute resolution procedure. Bringing together individuals from widely diverse professional and cultural backgrounds, the training creates an exceptional forum for exchanging experience and viewpoints,” said Melanie Meilhac, Manager, ICC (International Chamber of Commerce) Dispute Resolution Services.
ICC’s (International Chamber of Commerce) first ADR training session, held in Paris last April, attracted participants from 15 countries, reflecting the increased attention that the international legal community is giving to mediation and other methods of dispute resolution. Continue reading ICC dispute resolution course in Singapore