Commercial Mediation – An International Perspective & Imperative
The use of mediation is rapidly growing globally. In the last decade, it has exploded. Mediation’s growth mirrors the rapid expansion of international business as large and small companies in a myriad of countries shift to a worldwide vision. Few are tied to national boundaries. As globally-linked commerce increases, the likelihood of commercial disputes incrementally increases. The use of mediation has increased exponentially to meet international business and commercial dispute resolution needs. This commercial mediation course will focus on the unique skills and processes needed to take advantage of this international growth as an international commercial mediator.
Dates & Times
Please note: Class is limited in size. Class registration closes one week before registration.
Who can take these courses?
Anyone who is currently a mediator or wants to help others transform their relationships and resolve conflicts more successfully. This course will also be valuable for attorneys, judges, paralegals and others involved in the mediation process.
Ms. Cole is a former President and Chair of the Board Mediators Beyond Borders International and has been a force for mediation over the past several decades. In 1990 as Chair of the Civil Justice Reform Act Commission, she recommended to the Federal Judges in the Middle District of Florida use of mediation in their civil case management process. They accepted and became the first Federal District to do so. During that same time, she worked with the (now called) Florida Supreme Court Dispute Resolution Center to set up the first state court related mediation program in the United States. She is a Mediation Specialist who has worked and lived in developing rule-of-law countries, Bulgaria, Jordan, Kosovo, and Sri Lanka. She is a full-time domestic and international mediator and mediation trainer who is Harvard-trained and mediation certified by the Florida Supreme Court and, internationally, by the International Mediation Institute (“IMI”) in The Hague. LynnCole.com
Completion of this course earns four (4) credit hours of interactive, virtual classroom time.
199.00 US Dollars
Or other foreign currency equivalent at current rates