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Cours d'été sur le règlement en ligne ou extra-judiciaire des litiges de consommation

, 26 juin 2017 – 30 juin 2017
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117B03

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Objective

The purpose of this course is to introduce lawyers to the law and practice of mediation, alternative dispute resolution (ADR) and online dispute resolution (ODR).

Key topics

  • Legal framework of cross-border mediation, ADR & ODR
  • Mediation in practice: key features and techniques
  • Applying core mediation skills
  • Mediation advocacy
  • The role of the lawyer, the mediator and the parties
  • B2C & B2B mediation
  • Solving disputes on the Internet
  • Effects of Brexit on mediation

Who should attend?

The course is aimed at lawyers, judges, notaries and judicial staff who want to use alternative methods of dispute resolution and/or improve their ability to resolve disputes, and for mediators interested in crossborder mediation.

Participants will be able to deepen their knowledge through exercises, daily workshops and a full day of mock mediation in which active participation is encouraged.

Visit to the CJEU in Luxembourg

You will also have the opportunity to attend a hearing at the Court of Justice of the European Union in Luxembourg.

Social programme

After a day’s intensive training, enjoy our varied social programme: the course dinner with fellow participants from various countries, wine-tasting in the Moselle vineyards, and a tour of the historic city of Trier, the oldest city in Germany, known for its wellpreserved Roman and medieval buildings.

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Participants in this summer course will also have the opportunity to visit the European Court of Justice in Luxembourg. The number of places is limited by the Court for practical reasons to 35. These places will be allocated to the first 35 participants.

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