Master of Dispute Resolution (MDR) | School of Law | Straus Institute for Dispute Resolution at Pepperdine University

PepperdineLearn the Skills to Manage Conflict. Law and non-law students can earn a Master of Dispute Resolution as part as a joint JD, Masters in Public Policy, MBA or as a stand alone degree. The MDR is a 32-unit program offered to those who possess a bachelor’s degree.
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Real Estate Dispute Resolution Lawyer

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We have just been briefed by the Dubai office of this international firm who are looking to recruit for their market leading real estate dispute resolution team in Dubai. They are seeking a mid-level lawyer with strong real estate dispute resolution experience and training gained at a major law firm.
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¿Mediación o arbitraje para resolver conflictos familiares?

José Antonio García Álvaro2016 | Agosto 2
Probablemente choca habar de arbitraje como metodología extrajudicial para resolver conflictos familiares, pero no es menos cierto que la mediación también chocaba cuando se empezó a introducir en España mediante leyes comenzando por Cataluña allá por 2001 y aún hoy a pesar de nuestra ley nacional de mediación en asuntos civiles y mercantiles.

“¡Es que hay consideraciones de derecho imperativo!” ¿Acaso no las hay en mediación?
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Director of ADR Services

2016 | Agosto 2
Are you seeking a career opportunity in a fast-paced, challenging and rewarding environment? For over 90 years, the American Arbitration Association has successfully helped people resolve disputes through the effective use of arbitration and mediation.
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Brexit: Impact on English dispute resolution

Resultado de imagen de brexit2016 | Agosto 2
English lawyers have grown accustomed to working within a harmonised EU legal system that includes cross-border overarching frameworks dealing with issues of jurisdiction and enforcement. Whilst EU law will continue to apply for at least the next two years as the UK negotiates its departure after its vote to leave the European Union, sooner or later Brexit will inevitably disrupt that status quo.
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Med/Arb: the “Gumby” of ADR

José Antonio García Álvaro2012 | Junio 1
Among the many variants of ADR, there is a hybrid which has not enjoyed much acclaim lately, nor is it widely employed: Med/Arb, short for Mediation/Arbitration
. Interestingly, however, Med/Arb has managed to recruit both ardent proponents and recalcitrant detractors. I stand between the two, though closer to the detracting side of the spectrum.
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Geoffrey Beresford Hartwell

Geoffrey Beresford Hartwell2010 | Agosto 12
Geoffrey Hartwell is a Consulting Engineer who practises as an Arbitrator, Adjudicator and Expert for Determination. He may be retained also as an Expert Witness in Court or in Arbitration either by a Party or as a Joint Expert or as a Tribunal Expert. In addition, Geoffrey lectures and offers talks on Dispute Resolution and related topics.
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Un nuevo Centro de Recursos Extrajudiciales facilita el encuentro entre quienes ofrecen y quienes buscan soluciones negociadas a sus conflictos

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ARyME publica el primer portal independiente de Arbitraje y Mediación del mundo

2006 | Mayo 1
Un año tras anunciar el cese de su actividad como administradores de procedimientos extrajudiciales, Arbitraje y Mediación (ARyME) ofrece a empresas, juristas y a particulares el primer Centro de Recursos Extrajudiciales del mundo.
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Japón | 2004 | Act on Promotion of Use of Alternative Dispute Resolution

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Artículo | La Ley | ARyME reconducirá su actividad al prohibir la nueva Ley de arbitraje la iniciativa privada

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American Arbitration Association

American Arbitration Association (AAA)1997 | Diciembre 17
AAA court- and time-tested rules and procedures

Since our founding, the AAA has been at the forefront of the development and refinement of the court-tested rules and procedures that are the bedrock of any successful alternative dispute resolution process. When used in conjunction with our neutrals and AAA-administered case management, they provide cost-effective and tangible value to users across a wide variety of industries and cases.
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SIAC | Singapore International Arbitration Centre

Singapore International Arbitration Centre (SIAC)The Singapore International Arbitration Centre (SIAC), which commenced operations in 1991 as an independent, not-for-profit organisation, has a proven track record in providing quality, efficient, and neutral arbitration services to the global business community.

SIAC’s Board of Directors consists of well-respected lawyers and corporate leaders from China, India, Korea, UK and Singapore. The Board is responsible for overseeing SIAC’s operations, business strategy and development, as well as corporate governance matters.
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HKIAC | Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre

HKIACThe Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre (HKIAC) is a company limited by guarantee and a non-profit organisation established under Hong Kong law. It is one of the world’s leading dispute resolution organisations, specialising in arbitration, mediation, adjudication and domain name disputes resolution.  HKIAC also offers state-of-the-art hearing facilities, which have been ranked first worldwide for location, value for money, IT services and helpfulness of staff.

HKIAC was established in 1985 by a group of leading businesspeople and professionals in an effort to meet the growing need for dispute resolution services in Asia. So that the HKIAC could be set up initially, the Hong Kong business community and the Hong Kong Government provided funding to the HKIAC. Today, the HKIAC is financially self-sufficient, and completely free and independent from any type of influence or control..
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AAA | American Arbitration Association

Imagen > Directorio > Instituciones > AAAThe American Arbitration Association (AAA), with its long history and experience in the field of alternative dispute resolution, provides services to individuals and organizations who wish to resolve conflicts out of court.

The AAA role in the dispute resolution process is to administer cases, from filing to closing. The AAA provides administrative services in the U.S., as well as abroad through its International Centre for Dispute Resolution (ICDR).
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ICC | International Court of Arbitration of the International Chamber of Commerce

ICC ArbitrationEstablished in 1923 as ICC’s arbitration body, the International Court of Arbitration pioneered international commercial arbitration as it is known today, initiating and leading the movement that culminated in the adoption of the New York Convention, the most important multilateral treaty on international arbitration. The Court has also developed resolution mechanisms specifically conceived for business disputes in an international context. Such disputes pose unique challenges, usually because the parties will be of different nationalities, implying varied linguistic, legal and cultural backgrounds. Difficulties can be further compounded by distance, and the perceived or actual inequality for one party to submit to the courts of another party’s home ground.
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