Call for Proposals

ODR2020 CONFERENCE THEMES
Online Dispute Resolution and Society Including cross border consumer dispute resolution; ODR in asylum cases; ODR of Family Disputes, etc. The Forum encourages a particular focus this year on Data Privacy and Data Protection for ODR in various jurisdictions around the world.
ODR in the Courts Featuring the latest developments, approaches, and experiences, with reports and empirical data on what’s working, what isn’t working, and what’s coming, from around the world.
Justice in the Digital Age The latest thought on how traditional concepts of justice need to evolve, and how ODR can be used to shape the future of justice.
ODR & Technology Artificial Intelligence, Blockchain, and rapidly developing tools for resolving or removing disputes. Of particular interest are smart contracts and natural language processing.
Developments in ODR services Highlighting new approaches, providers and services. The Forum will include an exhibitor area for platform and service providers to demonstrate their technology and services. 
We look forward to having you join us for ODR2020 in Dublin May 6-7, 2020!

The goals for ODR2020 are:

a) to raise awareness of ODR
b) to share ideas and experiences among thought leaders, policy makers and professionals – locally, in Europe, and internationally c) to consolidate the position and cause of ICODR in advancing ODR standards

We are soliciting session proposals from NCTDR Fellows, researchers, public officials, service providers, and beyond.

Please send your proposed topic, a short summary of your envisioned agenda, and any proposed panelists (along with short bios) to info@odr2020.org as soon as possible.

We will be building the agenda dynamically as we receive proposals and confirm keynotes, but ideally we’d like to have a draft agenda completed by early March, so the longer you wait the fewer spots will be open in the agenda.