During 2018 AMATI has been working with ADR Group in the UK, individual firms and sets of barristers’ chambers and professionals in India and China, and has entered into development agreements with the International Professional Dispute Resolution Advocates Association (PRC) and the Global Academy for Advocates in Dispute Resolution (India) providing core training and accreditation in mediation advocacy.
In addition SCMA supports the work of the International Dispute Resolution and Risk Management Institute, the Hong Kong Mediation Centre and the Joint Mainland-Hong Kong Mediation Centre. SCMA has certified training courses run by GAADR and The Peacekeeping and Conflict Resolution Team (PACT) India.
SCMA continues to provide accredited training in Turkey and Nigeria and continues to offer partnership and mentoring programmes with colleagues in Australasia, Singapore and Brazil. During this year SCMA established a working relationship with colleagues in South Africa.
Asia-Pacific Commercial Mediation Competition
July 7, 2017 @ 8:00 am - July 9, 2017 @ 5:00 pm
The ICC Australia Asia-Pacific Commercial Mediation Competition allows university students gain valuable skills in mediation, an essential area of dispute resolution in international commercial law.
ICC Australia wishes to empower tomorrow’s business leaders and legal minds, equipping them with the skills to better meet the dispute resolution needs of international businesses in an increasingly cross-cultural and global marketplace. Through this competition, students will learn to effectively combine the use of mediation and collaborative problem-solving skills to successfully represent parties’ interests and progress towards a settlement.
The Competition acts as a regional preliminary round to the ICC International Commercial Mediation Competition, held annually at the ICC Global Headquarters in Paris, France.