Online Seminar – Marketing (for Mediators) – Am I the Problem?

20th November 2019, Online

Join Nancy Radford and Nicola Crowther for a 90 minute interactive online session. This is one of three sessions starting on 23rd October.

We will dig into the neuroscience of high conflict and effective tools to calm it, outline “arming yourself” and preparing the participants and practice tools and techniques.

This is limited to a maximum of 12 participants. You will get the chance to try out the skills you learn, interact with the presenters and other participants.

Please book with us here.

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Settlement: is the future with the judges?

A talk by HH Nicholas Chambers QC

26 November, London

There are no unicorns in this talk. In a diverse set of jurisdictions the role of the judge as a conciliator has been established as an integral part of case handling covering thousands of disputes and many millions of pounds.

The talk will look at the mechanisms of conciliation in Financial Dispute Resolution appointments, Employment Tribunals and the DJ CMCs described in the Briggs Report as well as the use in Germany of Conciliation Judges (Güterichter). We will consider why the different types of approach are successful in the areas in which they are used and the potential for their use elsewhere whether at Stage 2 of the new Online Court or in IP disputes.

To book your place please rsvp to marketing@brickcourt.co.uk

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Open Air Seminar – The Advocate and Compromise

3 December, London

Join the SCMA for an evening open air seminar on the Advocate and Compromise presented by The Hon. Sir David Foskett, Chairman, Civil Mediation Council.

All welcome but pre-booking essential at scma@adrgroup.co.uk.

No fee. 1hr CPD

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