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  • Mediating in the Headlights of Litigation and Arbitration Practical training in mediating complex commercial disputes

  • Mediating in the Headlights of Litigation and Arbitration A real-world view of the mediation process in complex commercial matters. For all Legal Representatives, Mediators, and Arbitrators seeking a Masterclass with global leaders in ADR. Experienced Mediators gain your Advanced Commercial Mediation Accreditation.

    DAYS 2 & 3

    Advanced Commercial

    Mediation Accreditation

    Register for your 1-Day Masterclass or for the 3-Day Advanced Mediator Accreditation.

    COURSE DATES Day 1: Commercial Mediation Masterclass Wednesday 25 March, 2020

    Days 2 & 3: Advanced Commercial Mediation Accreditation Thursday 26 & Friday 27 March, 2020

    VENUE Australian Disputes Centre Level 16, 1 Castlereagh Street, Sydney

    CPD Points Apply

    Register Now Early Bird until

    21.02.20

  • For Experienced Mediators (100+ mediator hours in previous 3 years) Practical, progressive and tailored for your advanced skills development!

    ADVANCED ACCREDITATION WORKSHOP:

    • Sharpening your process

    • Overcoming impasses and other difficult situations

    • Legal & ethical issues update

    • ODR - is yours living or languishing?

    • Advanced coaching in multiple mediation simulations

    • Professional actors as role players in advanced accreditation simulation

    • Certificate as ADC Accredited Advanced Commercial Mediator

    DAY 1

    Commercial Mediation

    Masterclass

    Faculty: Global ADR Industry Leaders

    For all Barristers, Solicitors, Mediators and Arbitrators Commercial, contextualised and interactive learning at a cracking pace!

    MASTERCLASS WORKSHOP:

    • When & why to mediate

    • Choosing the right mediator

    • Putting preliminary conferences to work

    • What of position papers?

    • The art of advocacy; choosing the right vintage

    • Negotiation strategies and other variables on the road to settlement

    • Documenting Agreements

    • The Singapore Mediation Convention

    • Med-Arb, Arb-Med and how to blend

    • Cross cultural impacts; nuancing the non-commercial factors

    THE HON. WAYNE MARTIN AC QC Francis Burt Chambers, Perth 39 Essex Chambers, London

    THE HON. KEVIN LINDGREN AM QC Eleven Wentworth, Sydney

    DR SAM LUTTRELL Partner, Clifford Chance, Perth

    DEBORAH LOCKHART Chief Executive Officer, Australian Disputes Centre

    DAYS 2 & 3

    Advanced Commercial

    Mediation Accreditation

    The Hon. Wayne Martin AC QC was Chief Justice of Western Australia 2006 - 2018. Prior to his appointment, he specialised at the Bar in commercial disputes. As Chief Justice he created and managed the Arbitration List of the Supreme Court of Western Australia and published many decisions in that field. A highly experienced mediator, he conducted many mediations as a judge while developing an award winning mediation program for the Supreme Court. He currently takes appointments as a mediator and arbitrator.

    The Hon. Kevin Lindgren AM QC is a former judge of the Federal Court of Australia, 1994 – 2010, and the President of the Copyright Tribunal of Australia, 2000-2007. His Honour decided cases across the full range of the Federal Court’s jurisdiction and previously practised as a Queen’s Counsel in commercial law. He received the award of Member of the Order of Australia for his service to the judiciary and administration of justice and legal education in 2012. He is a highly experienced mediator, arbitrator and referee.

    Dr Sam Luttrell is Partner in the International Arbitration Group at Clifford Chance, Perth, practising in international commercial arbitration and investor-state arbitration. He is a member of the ICC Commission on Arbitration and ADR. Sam was Australian International ADR Practitioner of the Year in 2017 and 2018, and Australian Arbitration Practitioner of the Year in 2019. He is individually ranked in Chambers Global, listed in the main list of “Who’s Who Legal” (Arbitration) and named on the Australian Financial Review list of “Australia’s Best Lawyers”.

    Deborah joined ADC in 2013, following 25 years’ commercial dispute resolution experience with a range of ASX 100 and Fortune 500 companies, including as Head of Dispute Resolution for ING Australia. Completing her first mediation training in 1993, Deborah was accredited as an Advanced Mediator by ADC in 2009. Bringing the multifaceted perspectives of a client negotiator, the mediator and the ADR institution, Deborah leads the ADC’s global training faculty in delivering its flagship ADR programs domestically and internationally.

  • Level 16, 1 Castlereagh Street, Sydney NSW 2000

    T +61 2 9239 0700 | adr@disputescentre.com.au

    www.disputescentre.com.au

    About ADC Alternative Dispute Resolution is an integral part of global business.

    Established in 1986, the Australian Disputes Centre (ADC) is Australia’s pre-eminent, independent, not-for-profit institution dedicated to advancing the interests of commerce, governments and communities through timely, cost-effective, and private dispute resolution processes. ADC undertakes its work domestically and internationally across four key areas:

    Professional Development Training Australia is a global leader in the uptake and best- practice of mediation in all sectors of civil society, and ADC has been at the forefront of developing this expertise for over 34 years. Specialising in commercial dispute resolution, its foundation mediation courses are recognised internationally by Australia’s Mediator Standards Board, and by the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (London), which offers ADC alumni of its 6-Day foundation Mediator Accreditation program recognition for CIArb membership.

    Disputes Management Named in commercial and government contracts, ADC is an appointing authority for mediators, conciliators, arbitrators and experts, drawn from its highly regarded panel of advanced ADR practioners.

    Thought Leadership ADC is an energetic and progressive advocate for the commercial and community benefits of ADR processes. In addition to its research and professional development courses, its Thought Leadership initiatives include the annual ADR Address Series, in collaboration with Australia’s Supreme Courts, and the annual Australian ADR Awards.

    ADR Centre ADC provides exceptional custom-built dispute resolution facilities in the heart of Sydney’s legal and financial district, together with a network of venues in other cities across Australia.