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ICODR – the International Council for Online Dispute Resolution – is an international nonprofit, incorporated in the United States, that drives the development, convergence, and adoption of open standards for the global effort to resolve disputes and conflicts using information and communications technology. ICODR promotes worldwide standards for all forms of technology-assisted dispute resolution, including diagnosis, negotiation, mediation, arbitration and courts. ICODR’s open standards offer the potential to lower cost, stimulate innovation, protect consumers and citizens, and protect the right of free access to justice.
Learn more about ICODR and how to join at: https://icodr.org
UCD Sutherland School of Law in association with Mediator Academy
Professional Diploma in International Dispute Resolution (Mediation)
This Professional Diploma in Online Dispute Resolution (Mediation) is an innovative new part-time Online Diploma for professionals who wish to upskill in the area of dispute resolution and mediation. Richly produced, interactive, and do-able in one’s own time over the course of an academic year, this programme has many innovative features including on-screen contributions from Irish, UK and overseas experts to give participants an unrivalled perspective into the growing and increasingly important area of dispute resolution on a global level. Anyone involved in managing disputes, planning for disputes, and avoiding disputes, and those who design dispute systems in the workplace or administration, will find the skills and knowledge gained in this programme invaluable.
Larn more about the Professional Diploma in International Dispute Resolution (Mediation) here
Maxwell Chambers is the world’s first integrated Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) complex, housing best-in-class hearing facilities as well as top international ADR institutions, with 38 custom-designed hearing rooms, and a full suite of support services.
In addition to conducting in-person hearings, Maxwell Chambers also supports hybrid and virtual hearings. Leveraging on its state-of-the-art hearing capabilities and video conferencing platforms, Maxwell Chambers has the capability to support complex multi-party, multi-jurisdiction hearings 24/7 across the globe. Through adherence of protocols, best practices and rigorous testing, we maintain neutrality and confidentiality of all proceedings.
Maxwell Chambers is also a one-stop shop providing a full suite of digital hearing solutions and support services, providing an end-to-end solution for clients.
Centrally located at 32 Maxwell Road, Singapore, Maxwell Chambers is situated within a refurbished four-storey building which has won both local and international awards for its sensitive restoration and blend of traditional and modern design. It is seamlessly connected via a link bridge to Maxwell Chambers Suites, which houses the local offices of top international ADR institutions, chambers, law firms and ancillary services.
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The Irish Jurist is Ireland’s oldest academic law journal. The Irish Jurist publishes material in all fields of law and welcomes submissions from Ireland and abroad, though editorial policy is to strike a balance between material of local and general interest. It encourages contributions which seek to analyse Irish law or which bring to bear international and comparative perspectives that are of relevance to the Irish legal community.
The Irish Jurist publishes peer reviewed articles within the broad categories of modern and historical jurisprudence as well as shorter comments, case notes and book reviews. The journal is widely read by academics, judges and legal practitioners in Ireland and has a substantial international subscription list.
Current and archived issues of the Irish Jurist from 1966 to date are available on Westlaw.ie and Westlaw UK. Archived issues can also be viewed on HeinOnline and JSTOR.
Learn more about The Irish Jurist Law Journal here
Fair Way are specialists in dispute resolution and conflict management
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