New Zealand’s University of Auckland took victory in the 16th edition of the ICC International Commercial Mediation Competition in an all-woman final against Bulgaria’s University of Sofia. The University of New South Wales, Australia took third place, followed by the Brooklyn Law School from the United States in fourth.
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University of Auckland has claimed victory as the winner of the 15th edition of the International Commercial Mediation Competition of the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC), after six days and almost 150 mock mediation sessions.
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.
Today, the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) welcomes more than 550 students, ADR professionals, academics and volunteers to its global headquarters in Paris, France for ICC Mediation Week—the world business organization’s largest educational event of the year.
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.
Today, the International Chamber of Commerce’s (ICC) largest education event, ICC Mediation Week, officially kicks off in Paris. More than 500 students, ADR practitioners and volunteers from across the globe are set to embark on a week-long journey of learning, networking and fun.