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It is an exciting moment for students, ADR professionals and volunteers, as the 2020 International Mediation Competition of the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) nears its end. Moving from four university teams to just two, finalists Bucerius Law School and University of Auckland are set to compete in the final round.
Over the past week , 66 university teams have been competing in the International Chamber of Commerce’s (ICC) International Commercial Mediation Competition. Now it’s down to four teams.
As students and professionals from countries spanning the globe descend on Paris, France for the 15th ICC International Commercial Mediation Competition, Oliver Carroll and Jemima Roe of Clifford Chance set out why mediation skills are needed today more than ever.
From 6-12 February, ADR professionals and students hailing from the four corners of the globe will converge in Paris, France for the International Chamber of Commerce’s (ICC) much-anticipated Mediation Week (ICCMW). The world business organization’s largest educational event of the year welcomes over 550 participants—from students and young professionals to world-renowned mediators and academics— for unparalleled capacity building and knowledge exchange each and every year.
Mediation enthusiasts will take over the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) headquarters in Paris from 1-7 February for the most important academic event of the world business organization’s calendar, ICC Mediation Week.
The International Chamber of Commerce’s (ICC) biggest educational event of the year, the ICC International Commercial Mediation Week, is currently underway at the world business organization’s Global Headquarters in Paris.
Fordham University School of Law won first prize in the 6th ICC International Commercial Mediation Competition hosted by the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC), with Universite Pantheon-Assas (Paris 2) from France taking second place, and UC Hastings College of the Law coming in third.
The highly anticipated ICC Mediation Competition kicks off this week in Paris drawing a record number of participating universities.
With just one month to go until ICC’s 2nd International Mediation Conference, ICC has extended its early bird offer, giving participants the chance to take advantage of a €60 saving on registrations.