Experiential learning for dispute resolution: Developing a curriculum for alternative dispute resolution (ADR) skills, theory, and practice

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These resources, a series of webinars, were developed from the SATLE 2019 initiative: Experiential learning for dispute resolution: Developing a curriculum for alternative dispute resolution (ADR) skills, theory, and practice.

In the first session in the UCC School of Law and Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, Ireland lunchtime bitesize series on dispute resolution, Ms Penelope McRedmond, (UK and US Lawyer, Certified Mediator) discusses confidentiality, mediation and the Mediation Act 2017. This webinar is chaired by Mr Martin Waldron, BL, F.C.I.Arb, Chairperson, Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, Ireland.

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This webinar series considers a range of timely, relevant issues in the area of dispute resolution in a short and interactive format.

View the second webinar in this series (Discussions in Dispute Resolution: “Perspectives on a changing arbitration landscape”) here: https://youtu.be/_ehvPerD_mk

And the third and final webinar (Discussions in Dispute Resolution: “Mediation during the pandemic: opportunities and challenges”) here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CLFCi…

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