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Alessandro Bruni

JD; MD in ADR


Personal Bio

Job Title: Lawyer, international accredited mediator and arbitrator

Areas of Expertise: Adjudiction,Arbitration,Mediation

• Lawyer, admitted to the Italian BAR (2004).
• He is the second Italian mediator to be accredited as “IMI Certified Professional Mediator”, by the International Mediation Institute Independent Standard Commission, The Hague, The Netherlands (http://www.imimediation.org).
• He is first Italian mediator to be accredited as “IMI Certified Mediation Advocate”, by the International Mediation Institute Independent Standard Commission, The Hague, The Netherlands (http://www.imimediation.org).
• Founder and Board member of CONCILIA (est. 1999) - the Italian leading ADR Provider and ADR Training Center, headquartered in Rome and with secondary offices in more than 70 Italian cities, and abroad. The company is accredited by the Italian Ministry of Justice for the training of civil and commercial professional mediators and for the management of civil and commercial mediations.
• Since 1997: he has been practicing mediation and other ADR techniques.
• Since 2007: one of the first Italian Professional Mediators accredited by the Italian Ministry of Justice
and authorized in conducting corporate, banking and financial professional mediations, and one of the few
"professional-mediators trainer" accredited by the same Ministry.
• Since 2009 Alessandro Bruni was appointed as the President of the Italian Chapter of "Mediators Beyond Borders", the first professional chapter outside the US.
•Since 2016 he is recognized by the prestigious Who is Who legal (http://whoswholegal.com/profiles/72781/0/bruni/alessandro-bruni/) as one of the top 386 mediation lawyers in the world, with clients and peers praising him as “a very sharp man, with an incomparable insight on mediation issues”.
• Since its launch, in 2014, he is one of the Advisory Board members of the Association of Mediation Assessors, Trainers, and Instructors (AMATI).
•He is a member of the IMI Taskforce for Development of Competency Criteria for Trainers and Assessors of Mediators and Standards for Training Programmes.


• 2007-to date: Professor of “Mediation and Conciliation” and “Strategic Management of the H.R.” at the
International Academy of Sciences of Peace, Rome, Italy.
• Academic Years 2004, 2005 and 2006: “Cultore della Materia” (Assistant Professor without tenure) in
"Mediation and Conciliation" at the University of Pisa - CISP, Italy.
• 2008-2017: Vice-President of the Arbitral Chamber of the Chamber of Commerce of the City of Viterbo,
Italy.
• 2014-to date: Member and "Mediation Committee Chairman" nominated by the International Rotarian Action Group For Peace" and member of the Board (RAGFP - www.rotarianactiongroupforpeace.org).
• 2014-2017: Member of the Board, International Rotarian Action Group For Peace".

• He is an international professional civil and commercial mediator and arbitrator, inserted as a member and/or mediator and/or arbitrator in many national and international mediation and arbitration bodies:
Court of Arbitration for Sports (TAS-CAS), Lausanne, Switzerland, MCIArb (Chartered institute of Arbitrators, London, UK), IIAM (International Institute of Arbitrators and Mediators, India), LCIA-YIAG (London Court of International Arbitration, London, UK), ASA-below 40 (Association Suisse pour l'Arbitrage, Switzerland), ICDR-Y&I (International Center for Dispute Resolution, USA), ICCA-Young (International Council for Commercial Arbitration, USA), Young Arbitrators Forum (YAF) of the International Chamber of Commerce- ICC- (Paris, France), ARBAut-YAAP (Arbitration Austria), WIPO Arbitration and Mediation Center's list of arbitrators, Mediation Forum Ireland, Association of International Arbitration, CIMJ–Conférence Internationale de la Médiation pour la Justice, KLRCA (Kuala Lumpur Regional Court of Arbitration, Malesia), VIAC (Vienna International Arbitration Centre, Austria), LAC (Ljubljana Arbitration Centre at the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Slovenia), CARIB Court (Court of Mediation and Arbitration of the Caribbean, Caribbean Islands), FIMC (Florence International Mediation Centre, Florence, Italy), Curia Mercatorum, Treviso, Italy, many Italian Chambers of commerce, Arbitral Chamber of the Italian Authority for Agricultural Supplies).
-He was the Founder and President of Mediators Beyond Borders International, Italy Professional Chapter, the first MBBI Professional Chapter outside the US. In 2009 he organized for CONCILIA LLC. an international conference in Lecce, Italy, hosting international speakers of MBBI and with the participation of more than 400 people; in 2010, he organized an international conference with the participation of a delegation of 20 international mediators to present the MBBI Italy Professional Chapter to the public and to the professionals in Rome, during a training course of CONCILIA LLC.

Main Mediation Practice Areas
Alessandro Bruni is a long-term expert mediator (both in national and in international mediations) with 20 years of expertise (since1997) in civil, social, commercial, corporate, banking, financial mediation.
He is, however, comfortable mediating in any areas, specialized or not, cross-borders or domestic Mediations conducted include cases of:
Sports • Contracts • Banking and finance/commodities • Employment • Environmental • Social • Transport • Automotive • Manufacturing • Retail • Distribution/Franchising • Agency agreements • Partnership • Property • Condominium • Professional Negligence including law practices • Inheritance • General Commercial • IT/Telecoms.

Mediation Experience
Alessandro has mediated since 1997 more than 4.000 civil, social, commercial and family cases, including complex
and multi-party.
He has conducted many mediations both for private ADR Providers and for Chambers of Commerce and
Public Bodies.
He has conducted ad hoc mediations and on-line mediations especially referred to consumer disputes.
He is also expert in family, social and environmental mediations and in EU financed Projects.
In 2014 he participated, as trainer, in the European Funded project called "Judicial Intercultural Communication in Family Mediation", with the aim of improving judicial cooperation in civil matters between national judges and overcome the difficulties arising in practice in relation to family mediation in cross-border proceedings. In particular he was nominated for the workshop in Sofia (BG), as head of the Italian delegation for the presentation of the data about the state of the art of mediation in Italy, and he has been nominated as sole trainer for the workshop in Cluj-Napoca (RO).
With CONCILIA and other partners he won a EU project named "Support the ADR in the Serbian Judiciary", financed by the European Commission and the European Agency for the Reconstruction of Belgrade, it lasted from 2005 to 2006.
-In 2009 he was the only Italian mediator accredited to the UN Environmental Forum of Copenaghen.
-In 2006 he partecipated, as representative for the European Law Students Association (ELSA), at the works of the UNCITRAL, Working Group II on international arbitration and conciliation, at the UN Headquarters, New York, NY (USA).

Mediation Style
Alessandro Bruni conducts mediation both in evaluative and in facilitative method.
Sometimes his style is also transformative.
Alessandro Bruni uses to bring the parties to see what is possible to reach after a mutual solution is found
with mediation agreement, working with their emotions and feelings in order to make them mutually
satisfied, putting the parties themselves at ease and helping them overcome the fear of a waste of time.
Especially for corporate, banking, financial mediations he can act as an evaluative mediators when the
parties mutually agreed.

Mediation Education and Training
Alessandro Bruni regularly updates his knowledge in the fields of ADR and mediation. Routinely attends
ADR continuing education events such as courses, conferences, study forum and meeting. Moreover, he is
constantly engaged in ADR readings both national and international.
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Among the more recents it can be remembered:
•May 2017: Refresher Course on "Advanced Mediation Technique and Strategies", CONCILIA, Milan.
•June 2009: Refresher Course on “Neuro Linguistic Programming and Problem Solving”, CONCILIA, Rome.
•May 2007: Advanced training course for corporate, banking and financial practitioner mediators, accredited
by the Italian Ministry of Justice, Rome.
•June 2006: Training Course on Mediation: theory and practice, Consumers’ Centre, Rome.
•October-November 2005: Course on “Mediation Advocacy”, Chamber of Commerce, Grosseto.
•November 2004: “1st Refresher Course for arbitrators”, Chamber of Commerce, Grosseto.
•October-December 2003: The “Tuesdays of Mediation”, study meetings in ADR, Rome.
•January-June 2003: Advanced Course on Neuro Linguistic Programmation, Theory and Practice”, Rome.
•June 2003: Advanced Course in “ADR techniques, Chamber of Commerce, Perugia.
•March-June 2003: Course in “ADR techniques”, L.U.M.S.A. University, Rome.
•May-June 2002: Training Course in “ADR techniques, theory and practice”.

He was trained by some of the major negotiation & ADR Experts of the world, including William Ury, Kenneth Cloke, Jacqueline Morineau, Robin Sharma.

Teaching
As a full-time long-experienced professional mediator, Alessandro Bruni is very often engaged in ADR
speaking and teaching both in Italy and abroad.

He has assets, such as trainer, several thousand hours of training in mediation, negotiation, conciliation, conflict management, peace keeping, arbitration, neuro-linguistic programming, international private law, strategic management of the human resources, effective communication.
He is one of the first and very few Italian professional-mediation trainers accredited by the Italian Ministry
of Justice for teaching "corporate, banking and financial mediation".
-During the years he was speaker of the World Forum of Mediation Centres, organized every 9 months by the Union Internationale des Avocats (UIA), and lecturer in mediation and ADR systems for the Management Faculty of the University of Siena and the University of Viterbo.
-He has participated as judge in several editions of the ICC Mediation Competition at the International Chamber of Commerce, Paris, France.
-In 2009 he was the sole Italian speaker at the CIMJ Congress (Conférence Internationale de la Médiation pour la Justice) in Paris and in 2011 he participated to the second CIMJ Conference in Martinique Island.
-Since 2013 he is also consultant for the International Development Law Organization (IDLO), for the area of expertise "dispute settlement".

Over the last 20 years or so, he has trained over than 3.000 professionals in negotiation, mediation, conciliation, arbitration, problem solving & conflict management.
Among other, it can be remembered:

•In 2014 he was international lecturer for the “Summer Course on Mediation, ADR and ODR”, organized by ERA – European Law Academy, Trier, Germany,
• In 2014 he was international lecturer for EU Financed Program named “Judicial Intercultural Communication in Family Mediation”, Sofia (Bulgaria) and Cluj-Napoca (Romania).
• In 2013 Mr. Bruni co-designed and co-developed the first Mediation Training Course for the World Food Programme WFP (50-hours of training), in Rome.
•In 2012 and 2013 he was international lecturer of "Mediation techniques" for EU funded programme named "European Mediation Training for Practitioner of Justice - EMTPJ" in Brussels (Belgium).
• 2009-to date: trainer in more than 20 training courses (50-hours each) for professional mediators; training courses accredited by the Italian Ministry of Justice and (most of them) by the Italian BAR Council.
• Academic years 2007, 2008, 2009: teaching of “Mediation and Conciliation”” and “Strategic Management
of the H.R.” at the International Academy of Sciences of Peace, Rome.
• 2007-2009: trainer in more than 30 training courses (44-hours each) for more than 450 professional mediators; training courses accredited by the Italian Ministry of Justice and (most of them) by the Italian BAR Council.
• 1997-2007: trainer in more than 100 training courses (minimum of 20-hours each) for more than 1.000 professionals (lawyers, notaries, economists, managers, accountants, etc...).
• Academic years 2004, 2005, 2006: Assistant Lecturer in “Mediation and Conciliation” at the University of
Pisa, Italy (Science of Peace Centre).
• November 2006: trainer in Practical ADR Seminar for Judges, the Court of Appeal of Rome.
• October 2006: Teaching “Commercial Mediation” for the students of the Marketing Course, the University
of Siena, Italy.
• 2006: Teaching of “Communication, conflict management and problem solving”, Training Course for
“Technical for the strategies of the communication”, financed by the European Social Fund (European
Union), Regione Lazio, Office of the Labour and the Social Politics, (76 hours of training for 25 trainees).
• March-June 2006: Teaching of "Management of conflicts and business comfort", Co-organizer and Teacher
of the Course of Formation financed by the European Social Fund (European Union), Lazio Region and
Office of the Labour and the Social Politics, for the managerial staff of the Ministry of the Health, Rome (51
hours of training for 30 trainees).

Publications & Papers
-He wrote more than 12 books, 2 codes and more than 80 articles on mediation, conflict management, arbitration and ADR, international private law and EU law, many of them translated in English, Romanian, French and Spanish.

PUBLICATIONS (among the most recent):
• "Mediation 2019 ", co-author, Renate Dendorfer-Ditges Editor, 2017 - in publication.
• "Mediation 2018 ", co-author, Renate Dendorfer-Ditges Editor, 2017.
• "Mediation 2017", co-author, Renate Dendorfer-Ditges Editor, 2016.
• "Mediation 2015 in 20 Jurisdictions Worldwide", co-author, Renate Dendorfer-Ditges Editor, 2014.
• "The Status Quo of Mediation in Europe and Overseas", co-author, Hamburg 2014, 404 Seiten, Verlag Dr. Kovač Publisher, Frank Diedrich (Ed.).
• "Mediation 2013 in 16 Jurisdictions Worldwide", co-author, Renate Dendorfer-Ditges Editor, 2012.
• "Civil and Commercial Mediation: 30 successful cases (mediazione civile e commerciale: 30 casi di successo)" Maggioli Press, July 2011.
• "Mediation is worthwhile. The advantages of extrajudicial mediation (La Mediazione Conviene)”, Maggioli Press, June 2011.
• "European Mediation Training for Practitioners of Justice (With Dvd)", co-author, Maklu, 2011.
•“Code of Mediation Laws, in Italy and abroad (Codice della Conciliazione in Italia e all'Estero)”, Maggioli
Press, July 2008.
•“To mediate is worthwhile. The advantages of extrajudicial mediation (Conciliare conviene)”, Maggioli
Press, March 2007.
•“Criminal Mediation (Temi di Mediazione Penale)”, June 2006, PLUS – Pisa University Press, co-author.
•“Mediation and Conciliation. Application and Procedure of a New Profession (Mediazione e Conciliazione
ambiti applicativi e modalità operative di una nuova professione)”,
October, 2004, PLUS - Pisa University Press, co-author.
•“International Private Law (Diritto Internazionale Privato)”, Maggioli Press, May 2005.
•“European Community Law (Diritto Comunitario)”, Maggioli Press, June 2005.

PAPERS (among the most recent):
• "Medierea în Italia", in Revista Forumul Judecătorilor", 2010, Editura Universitaria, Bucarest.
• “How to draft appropriate ADR clauses into commercial contracts” in internet at www.aryme.com.
•“Management of conflicts with mediation” – published in Internet at www.concilia.it.
•“A.D.R. procedures”, in www.concilia.it/concilia-adr/procedure.htm.
•“Extrajudicial Mediation. A Different Approach to Commercial Disputes Resolution”, article, QUADERNI DI MEDIAZIONE, mediation magazine, year I, number I – September November 2005, Punto di Fuga Press, Cagliari.
•“Mediation of Disputes: An Ancient Method With a Modern Heart”, article, MEDIARES mediation magazine, n° 5/2005, January-June.
•“Delays and Advantages of the Mediation Procedure”, published in “Temi Romana”, juridical magazine, n°
1/2005.
•“The A.D.R. methods in the American experience”, article published in Internet at http://www.overlex.com/leggiarticolo.asp?id=974.
•“Professional Extrajudicial Mediation” article published in Internet at http://www.overlex.com.

Code of Ethical Conduct
IMI Code of Professional Conduct
CONCILIA Code of Professional Conduct
The Chartered Institute of Arbitrators Code of Professional Conduct
Union Internationale des Avocats' World Forum of Mediation Centres Code of Ethics
Rules of Behaviour for Mediators of the Italian Chambers of Commerce

Complaints Process
IMI Professional Conduct Assessment Process
CONCILIA Professional Conduct Assessment Process
The Chartered Institute of Arbitrators Professional Conduct Assessment Process

Professional Affiliations as Mediator/Arbitrator
As professional mediator and arbitrator Alessandro Bruni mediate for:

Court of Arbitration for Sports (TAS-CAS), Lausanne, Switzerland
IIAM (International Institute of Arbitrators and Mediators, India)
KLRCA (Kuala Lumpur Regional Court of Arbitration, Malesia)
FIMC (Florence International Mediation Centre, Florence, Italy),
WIPO Arbitration and Mediation Center,
Chamber of Mediation and Arbitration of the Italian Chamber of Commerce for Switzerland,
Mediation Forum Ireland,
CARIB Court (Court of Mediation and Arbitration of the Caribbean, Caribbean Islands),
CONCILIA (Italian leading ADR provider),
SIMED (Italian Society for mediations), Rome,
Chamber of Arbitration and Mediation of AGEA (Italian Agency for Agricultural Supply),
Chamber of Arbitration and Mediation of the "Dottori Commercialisti" of Milan,
Chamber of Arbitration of Grosseto,
Chamber of Arbitration of Lucca,
Curia Mercatorum (Treviso),
Chambers of Mediation of the Chambers of Commerce of Sondrio, Frosinone, Caserta, Venezia, Ferrara,
Viterbo, Rieti, Latina, Prato.

Memberships
Alessandro Bruni is Member of: LCIA-YIAG; ASA Below 40; ICDR Young & International; YAAP; ArbAUT; CIArb.
Member of the Directive Counsel of SIMED (Italian Society for Mediations), Rome.
Co-founder and former Member of the Executive Committee of the European Group of Magistrates for Mediation (GEMME), Italian Section;
Founding Member and Member of the Scientific Committee of the Conférence Internationale de la Médiation pour la Justice (CIMJ), France.
Member of "Mediators Beyond Borders International".
Member of the Directive Counsel and international mediator with the Italian Society for the Resolution of Conflicts (SIMED);
Member of ASF (Lawyers without Borders) - Italian Chapter, and Coordinator of the ADR Committee;
Founder and Member of the Board of Director of Concilia L.L.C. - Italian leading ADR Provider;
Former Member of the ADR Commission of the Rome BAR.
Scoutmaster with the European Scouts Association (FSE) and a member of Rotary International, District 2080.


Languages
English, Italian



Example of Specific works

1.- As said, Mr. Bruni is the co-founder of CONCILIA L.l.c. (CONCILIA). Founded in 2005, CONCILIA is made of professional figures such as solicitors, university professors, legal advisors, accountants and training and marketing experts. The company provides innovative training and consultancy services regarding the resolution of out of court disputes (A.D.R.). CONCILIA comes from the closing of another company with the same name but with different company forms (it was a "L.p."), founded in 1999. CONCILIA collaborates regularly with European, North American and South American universities. Thanks to Mr. Alessandro Bruni, in 2013 CONCILIA was accredited, as first in Italy, and one of the few in the world, by the Independent Standard Commission of the International Mediation Institute (IMI) as Qualifying Assessment Program (QAP) for experienced mediators who want to seek by the 'International Mediation Institute' the prestigious accreditation as "IMI Certified mediators".
Mr. Bruni worked for the accreditation of CONCILIA by the Italian Ministry of Justice for running training courses addressed to professional mediators on the basis of the Italian Legislative Decree no. 28/2010 and related laws. Thanls to Mr. bruni, the company is also registered in the Register kept by the Italian Ministry of Justice as: no. 8 for bodies allowed to manage civil and commercial mediation procedures.
Professional knowledge and competencies have been used by the trainers and managers of CONCILIA for specific and professional university trainings, seminars, and lessons, in Italy and abroad (for example: Pisa University (I); Siena University (I); International Academy of Sciences of Peace, Rome (I); 2012 and 2013 editions of the “European Mediation Training for Practitioners of Justice”, Bruxelles (B), ADR/ODR training course at the ERA Academy, Trier (D), etc…). During the years the managers and experts of CONCILIA have trained in, organized and managed a wide numbers of training courses aimed at apprentice mediators, professional mediators, arbitrators and negotiators, held at a wide number of Italian Chambers of Commerce, Training Institutes, Local Authorities, Public Administrations, Professional Offices, Law Offices and Enterprises.
Thanks to Mr. Bruni, CONCILIA collaborated, free of charge, with the Italian European Consumers Centre- ECC-Net Italy - to promote the use of mediation and other A.D.R. techniques in order to protect consumers in European cross-borders activities and exchanges. Moreover, its professors and consultants work regularly as negotiators; conciliators, mediators and arbitrators of disputes between companies, enterprises, enterprises and consumers, enterprises and public administrations.
-He brought CONCILIA LLC. to become the first and only Italian ADR provider certified as "IMI Qualifying Assessment Program", by the Independent Standards Commission of the International Mediation Institute (IMI).
Mr. Bruni brought CONCILIA LLC. to be included in "The Wall of Peace", as the sole Italian partner of Mediators Beyond Borders International (MBBI) for the spread of the 2013,2014,2015 MBBI Congresses.
-He also brought CONCILIA to become organizational member of "International Mediators - Community of Practice".

2.- From I/2005 to VII/2006, with CONCILIA L.p. Mr. Bruni participated in a Consortium winner of the CARDS project “Support to the ADR in the Serbian Judiciary” managed by the European Agency for Reconstruction, Belgrade. The project had some goals:
• Feasibility studies based on previous experiences and projects
• Project management and administration,
• Coordination and human resources management of a team of international and local legal experts (7 Members),
• Collaboration with the Serbian Ministry of Justice,
• Capacity Building Component: Training and technical assistance to the First Municipal Court of Belgrade for the creation and application of a Court Annexed Mediation Scheme for Out of Court settlements.
• Training Component: Organisation and delivery of seminars on Mediation and Conflict Resolution for judges, lawyers, social workers, legal experts. TNA and training evaluation.
• Coordination and supervision of two Public Awareness campaigns to communicate the improved efficiency of the system through Out of Court settlements. The Campaigns were composed of Outdoor Communications, TV-Radio and Newspapers ads, Seminars, CD Rom, Books and info desk in the First Municipal Court of Belgrade.
We have successfully accomplished the introduction of ADR technique, especially Mediation, in the First Municipal Court in Belgrade through a fully-fledged training and capacity building programme, addressed to judges/assistant judges and the design of a Court annexed Mediation system. Through the Public Awareness Campaign and the Pilot introduction of Mediation procedures we performed our best to reach a better public understanding of the benefits of ADR solutions in order to reduce civil backlogs using ADR procedures (especially Mediation and Pre-Trial Conference) in the First Municipal Court, in cooperation with its Judges, Assistants and Court Staff, Attorneys and counterparts.

3.- 2-5 June, 2014, Sofia, Bulgaria and 30 June- 3July, 2014, Cluj-Napoca, Romania, Mr. Bruni partecipated, as International speaker and mediation expert in the project "Judicial Intercultural Communication in Family Mediation”, funded by the Civil Justice Program (Grant Agreement JUST/2010/JCIV/AG/0025-30-CE-0420858/00-68).
The project aimed at improving judicial cooperation in civil matters between national judges and overcome the difficulties arising in practice in relation to family mediation in cross-border proceedings, by organizing a series of workshops addressed to judges and other legal practitioners, that provided the opportunity to identify the main common difficulties that legal practitioners encounter in practice and identified viable solutions for a better enforcement of the legal instruments adopted at European level.
One major objective of the project was to identify the specific problems arising from cultural and psychological differences, diversity of traditions and mentality between European citizens. As a result, the project met the need of magistrates and other legal practitioners to determine and to overcome the main issues and problems encountered in family cross-border mediation matters.
The partnership was formed of Craiova Court of Appeal, Romania (Co-ordinator), Cluj Court of Appeal.
One major objective of the project was to identify the specific problems arising from cultural and psychological differences, diversity of traditions and mentality between European citizens. As a result, the project met the need of magistrates and other legal practitioners to determine and to overcome the main issues and problems encountered in family cross-border mediation matters.
The partnership was formed of Craiova Court of Appeal, Romania (Co-ordinator), Cluj Court of Appeal, Romania (Co-beneficiary 1), Timisoara Court of Appeal, Romania (Co-beneficiary 2), County Court of Rijeka, Croatia (Co-beneficiary 3), Differenza Donna, Italy (Co-beneficiary 4), Regional Court of Sofia, Bulgaria (Associate partner) as partners.
The implementation period of the project was 12 months and it consisted in:
- organization of 4 workshops, 1 in Romania, 1 in Bulgaria, 1 in Croatia and 1 in Italy, where judges learned about mediation referred to in Directive 2008/52/EC and family mediation referred to in Regulation (EC) 2201/2003, concerning divorce and parental custody matters "Brussels IIa Regulation";
- creating a guidebook for magistrates and a brochure for promoting mediation among European citizens.
Each workshop lasted for 4 days, it was conducted by international experts (as Mr. Bruni for the workshops in Cluj-Napoca and Sofia) and it was divided into a theoretical module and an intensive practical one.
The workshops focused on theoretical aspects of Directive 2008/52/EC, the Regulation (EC) 2201/2003 and their implementation into national legislation, difficulties, methods, solutions and proposals for improvements in the field. There were presentations of statistic data on mediation in general and mediation in family disputes in particular, which was analyzed by specialists: sociologists, judges, lawyers, mediators. The practical module focused on:
.Mutual learning, exchange of good practices on the quality of mediation services, in general, and guarantee of fair procedures, recognition and enforcement of mediation agreements signed into a different state and of the court orders they are based on, in particular;
.Presentations and analysis of actual situations regarding the implementation and promotion of cross-border mediation;
.Presentations of specific situations based on the expertise of sociologists, mediators, lawyers;
.Role-plays on mediation in cross-border cases, simulated hearings with the purpose of recommending the parties to try mediation or going to an information session;
.Debates, case studies and video presentations.
-The target group was formed of approx. 100 judges and other legal practitioners (25 persons/workshop).


Country of Residence: Italy

Primary Branch: Europe

Secondary Branch:

Contact Details

alessandro.bruni@concilia.it

(39) 3384662616

https://www.linkedin.com/in/brunialessandro


Company Details

CONCILIA, since 1999 ADR & Conflict Management
Via Spinoza, 49
00137 Rome
ITALY

(+39) 0642016845

http://www.conflictresolution.it/