This online event is hosted by CIArb, entitled ‘Mediation Platforms’ and takes place on 25 November 2021 from 1pm to 2pm UK Time. Please check your local time zone.
Platformisation has arrived in alternative dispute resolution (ADR).
Whilst this is not necessarily the case, you’d be forgiven in drawing that conclusion judging by the number of tools designed to serve ADR providers that have cropped up in the past few years. Plus, for the past decade, we have been living in the age of digital platforms.
So, in our next Mediation Tech Tracker webinar, we’ll look at the following issues:
What is platformisation?
Do mediators need dedicated solutions for their case management and the mediation process?
What mediation and arbitration (ADR) management systems are available on the market?
What are the key functionalities and features that a prospective user should pay attention to?
To learn all this and more, join our expert guest Dima Alexandrova in conversation with Karolina Jackowicz. Let’s transform mediation so that it’s fit for the digital age.
Cost & Registration: Attendance is free of charge but pre-registration is required.
There are eight webinars in the Mediation Tech Track series taking place each Thursday between 14 October and 2 December 2021. Book your place for this and future webinars in the series.
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Karolina Jackowicz is a CEDR-accredited mediator and a UX designer and a legal tech entrepreneur. Karolina’s mission is to transform the mediation practice with innovative tools and a customer-centred focus, so it can better serve the needs of the digital economy.
This tech and design expertise combined with a passion for teaching and life-long learning result in Mediation Tech Tracker – your guide for the journey towards digitalising mediation.
Dima Alexandrova is a Bulgarian qualified lawyer and IMI qualified mediator, developing her own practice in Commercial Law and Dispute Resolution under the brand name AdimaLaw for four years now. Furthermore, Dima is a lecturer and trainer and the Professional Association of Mediators in Bulgaria. Prior to launching her own practice Dima has worked for leading law offices in Bulgaria such as CMS Cameron McKenna and Dokovska, Atanassov and partners. In addition, Dima has worked in the Big Four Consulting Companies as a Tax Associate at PricewaterhouseCoopers Bulgaria.
Dima holds a degree in Law from Sofia University 'St. Kliment Ohridski'. She also has done specialisms in International Business Law at King`s College London and an Erasmus exchange Programme at University of Lorraine, Nancy 2. Dima speaks Bulgarian, English, French and German.
Dima's interest in Alternative Dispute Resolution dates back to 2012 when she was selected as a representative of Sofia University in the International Commercial Mediation Competition of the International Chamber of Commerce. Since 2014 she has been coaching mediation and negotiation for Sofia University, Bulgaria, King`s College London, UK and for Wuhan University, China. Dima has been an assessor at ICC Mediation Competition, IBA-VIAC CDRC and ICC Hong Kong Mediation Competition. She has been involved with the Vis Moot as an arbitrator since 2016.