dispute resolution

Day Two Of The NLIU-INADR ILSMT: The Grind Begins

Day Two Of The NLIU-INADR ILSMT: The Grind Begins
The second day of the 7th edition of NLIU-INADR ILSMT took place on 24 November 2018 and began with anxious participants preparing for the preliminary rounds. While teams huddled together ... Read More
News, Opinion

Day One Of The NLIU-INADR ILSMT: Rediscovering Mediation

Day One Of The NLIU-INADR ILSMT: Rediscovering Mediation
The 7th edition of the International Law School Mediation Tournament (ILSMT), 2018, was organised by the National Law Institute University (NLIU) with the support of the International Academy of Dispute ... Read More
News, Opinion

Johannes P. Willheim CDRC 2018 Keynote: The Future of Dispute Professionals

Johannes P. Willheim CDRC 2018 Keynote: The Future of Dispute Professionals
Johannes P. Willheim, internationally trained disputes lawyer, mediator and professional negotiator, opened up this year’s Consensual Dispute Resolution Competition (CDRC) in Vienna with a keynote on the Future of Dispute Resolution Professionals ... Read More
GPC, Opinion

The PCA Signs Agreement To Facilitate Hearings In Florence

The PCA Signs Agreement To Facilitate Hearings In Florence
The Permanent Court of Arbitration (PCA) in the Hague will now be able to hold hearings in the Italian city of Florence, after signing a cooperation agreement with the Florence ... Read More
GPC, News

Finding Conciliation: ADRAC Discovers Quiet Achievers

Finding Conciliation: ADRAC Discovers Quiet Achievers
In a major study on conciliation, the Australian Dispute Resolution Advisory Council (ADRAC) is finding that conciliators make up one of the largest, quietest and most diverse groups of dispute ... Read More
GPC, News

ADR in South Africa: A Brief Overview

ADR in South Africa: A Brief Overview
Some of the challenges that have faced many countries in Sub-Saharan Africa in the administration of justice can be attributed to the over-reliance on the courts in the resolution of ... Read More
GPC, News

From Conference Series To Global Community – What’s Next For The GPC?

From Conference Series To Global Community - What’s Next For The GPC?
As the Global Pound Conference Series 2016-17 draws to a close,  it is time to take stock and consider how both the data analysis and conversations from each event might inform ... Read More
GPC, News

Can ODR Help To Resolve Conflict In Refugee Communities?

Can ODR Help To Resolve Conflict In Refugee Communities?
The arrival of over a million refugees in Europe and the wider region since the outbreak of war in Syria has brought human rights and migration issues into the headlines ... Read More
GPC, News

Spontaneous GPC Voting Events Are Taking Place In India

Spontaneous GPC Voting Events Are Taking Place In India
Spontaneous GPC voting events have been popping up in India, just days before voting is set to close. As soon as online voting opened up to the public, organisers in India ... Read More
GPC, News

Co-Mediation In A Cross-Border Context

Co-Mediation In A Cross-Border Context
Trade between different states is taking place on a greater scale than ever before. Small and large companies are doing business across borders every day, all around the globe and ... Read More

The Global Pound Conference London – The End Of The Beginning

The Global Pound Conference London – The End Of The Beginning
On October 29, 2014, 150 of us, representing many stakeholder groups from more than 20 countries, attended an important convention held in London’s beautiful Guildhall. Called ‘Shaping the Future of ... Read More

Roscoe Pound Would Be Proud – Reflections On The History Of The GPC

Roscoe Pound Would Be Proud – Reflections On The History Of The GPC
Following the final GPC Series event held in London in last week, it seems timely to go back to where it all began. History informs the present and the future and, ... Read More
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