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Our International Centre for ADR, with the help of three working groups, develops the programme for the ICC International Mediation Roundtable, revises the Rules and drafts the problems used in the ICC International Commercial Mediation Competition.

Working Group for the Competition Rules

This Working Group is charged with proposing changes to the format of the Competition, as well as drafting the Competition Rules.

For the current edition, the Working Group members are:

ChairRonald Austin, Moderator, Global Mediation Group, Senior Advisor to the International Real Estate Group, Clifford Chance (United Kingdom)
MembersClaude Amar, Mediator; Hotel developer (France)

Greg Bond, Mediator, Bond and Bond Mediation; Lecturer, Technical University of Wildau (Germany)  

Joy Davies, Mediator; Solicitor; Director, Centre for Mediation & Dispute Resolution, Nottingham Law School, Nottingham Trent University (United Kingdom)

Angela Herberholz, MCIArb, Mediator and Co-Founder, Young Mediators Initiative (France) 

Rosemary Howell, Chairman, Strategic Action; Visiting Professor, University of North South Wales Sydney (Australia)

Peggy Lansbach O’More, Mediator, United States Government Shared Neutrals Programme (United States)

Working Group for the Competition Problems

During the ICC International Commercial Mediation Competition, students resolve mock commercial disputes, known as problems, with the help of a professional mediator. These problems are drafted by a group of international commercial mediation experts. Each member creates a problem, consisting of general and confidential information for the Requesting and Responding Party respectively.

For the current edition, the Working Group members are:

Co-ChairsAlan Limbury, Mediator and Arbitrator (Australia)

Chris Miers, Mediator; Arbitrator; Managing Director, Probyn Miers Limited (United Kingdom)

MembersMurray Armes, Founder, Sense Studio; Chartered Arbitrator; Mediator; Adjudicator; Expert Witness; Dispute Board Member (United Kingdom)   

Marianne Barker, Barrister, Nationally Accredited Mediator (Australia)

Greg Bond, Mediator, Bond and Bond Mediation; Lecturer, Technical University of Wildau (Germany) 

Eleni Charalambidou, Accredited Mediator Lawyer-Linguist (Greece)

Damien Cote, Member, National Energy Board (Canada) 

Joy Davies, Mediator; Solicitor; Director, Centre for Mediation and Dispute Resolution, Nottingham Law School, Nottingham Trent University (United Kingdom)

Rosemary Jackson QC, Mediator and Conciliator (UK)

Peggy Lansbach O’More, Mediator, United States Government Shared Neutrals Programme (United States)

Jim Lawrence, Executive Director, Blakely Advocacy Institute, University of Houston Law Center (United States)

David Lewis, Barrister and Mediator

Richard Lutringer, Commercial Mediator (United States)

Working Group for the Roundtable

A Working Group is constituted each year to develop the programme for the Roundtable, which is open only to professionals participating as judges and mediators in the Competition.

The Working Group for the 2019 Roundtable has not yet been constituted.

For the past edition, the Working Group members were:

  • Antoine Adeline (France)
  • Aneesha Bhunjun (Mauritius and United Kingdom)
  • Martin Hauser (Germany and France)
  • Genevieve Helleringer (France and United Kingdom)
  • Jim Lawrence (United States)
  • Chris Newmark (United Kingdom)
  • Geoff Sharp (New Zealand)
  • Anne Sutherland-Kelly (Australia)
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