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  • INADR | International Academy of Dispute Resolution
    More Apr 8 Fri all day Georgia Southern University Inte Georgia Southern University Inte Apr 8 Apr 9 all day More details TBD Apr 13 Wed all day INADR Gala The Standard Club INADR Gala The Standard Club Apr 13 all day May 14 Sat all day Athens Greece Mediation Tournament ALBA Graduate Business School Athens Greece Mediation Tournament ALBA Graduate Business School May 14 May 17 all day Training will take place at ALBA Graduate Business School in downtown Athens on May 14 15 The competition will take place at the American College of Greece ACG on May 16 17 Nov 1 Tue all day 17th Annual International Interc 17th Annual International Interc Nov 1 all day Date and details TBD View Calendar Add Add to Timely Calendar Add to Google Add to Outlook Add to Apple Calendar Add to other calendar Make a Donation The INADR is a not for profit 501C3 organization Your donation helps us to provide scholarships to students wishing to participate in our tournaments Donations can be made via check made payable to INADR 939 Office Park Rd Suite 103 West Des Moines IA 50265 or via credit card by clicking here prev next Chicago 2014 Kyiv Tournament 2014 NLIU Bhopal 2015 Home The InterNational Academy of Dispute Resolution was founded in the Spring of 2002 to further the awareness of mediation as a means of establishing peaceful resolution Its mission is to encourage society to resolve differences and disputes in a more sensitive and compassionate manner and to promote peace and civility in human behavior The focus of the Academy has been in education at the undergraduate graduate law school and professional levels To this end it offers mediation courses at all levels as well as certifying professionals The Academy is made up

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  • Officers & Members | INADR
    2001 2007 the Illinois Supreme Court s Character and Fitness Committee 2007 present and is a Certified State Illinois five circuits and Federal Northern District of Illinois Court Mediator He was awarded the Center for Analysis of Alternative Dispute Resolution System Service to Community Award 2002 and the McHenry County Bar Association Distinguished Service Award 2004 for his involvement in the establishment and furtherance of court mediation programs He taught Dispute Resolution in the graduate program at North Central College in Naperville Illinois 2003 2007 Case proposed and implemented a pilot program to mediate pro se small claims disputes in McHenry County since used as a model program for a number of Court systems and now runs the permanent program In 2012 Case was inducted into The National Academy of Distinguished Neutrals Case was admitted to the Illinois State and Federal Bars in 1976 and to the Federal Trial Bar in 1982 He closed his litigation practice in 2006 to practice as a full time mediator and arbitrator and has conducted more than 3 000 mediations and served as arbitrator in more than 600 cases One of the founding Board of Directors of INADR Case served as INADR s President for seven years He has participated in conducting training and law school mediation competitions at more than 50 tournaments in Chicago Boston Des Moines London Liverpool Glasgow Bhopal and Dubai UAE Additionally along with the head of International Training for one of the UK s largest ADR providers is a co instructor of 40 hour mediator training courses for mediators outside the USA For more information see www wemediate info Fred Lane Chicago IL Fred is a graduate of Loyola School of Law in Chicago He is a co founder and past president of the International Academy of Dispute Resolutions He has been a full time mediator since 1990 in a variety of areas primarily in the fields of Personal Injury Products Liability and Professional Malpractice cases He is a past president of the following bar associations Illinois State Bar Association American Board of Trial Advocates Illinois Illinois Trial Lawyers and The Decalogue Society of Lawyers He was the third recipient in the 138 year history of the ISBA to receive The Medal of Merit it s highest award Fred is a past president of the Organization for Rehabilitation Training Chicago and was the first recipient of it s Jurisprudence Award Fred is a frequent lecturer on all phases of litigation and the mediation process He has been involved in numerous training programs for mediators students and participants in mediation Twice a year since 2009 he has co conducted 40 Hour Mediation programs as part of the Illinois State Bar Association Master Series He is the co author of Mediation Practice Guide and Mediation Quest for Peace He is also the author or co author of the following multi volume treatises Lane Medical Litigation Guide Lane Goldstein Trial Technique and Lane Goldstein Litigation Forms Since l968 he has been the editor of the Medical Trial Technique Quarterly In 1995 he established the Trial Technique Institute at the Illinois State Bar Association Prior to becoming a full time mediator Fred was an Assistant States Attorney in the Cook County States Attorneys Office After leaving the States Attorneys office he specialized in civil litigation primarily representing plaintiffs in Personal Injury Products Liability and Professional Malpractice cases At Large Nancy Schultz Orange CA Nancy Schultz earned her undergraduate degree in Communications from the University of Wisconsin in 1978 She earned her Juris Doctor from the University of Pennsylvania in 1981 After graduation from law school Nancy practiced law for about five years She taught legal writing at the Villanova University Law School for three years then became Director of Legal Research and Writing at the George Washington University Law School where she remained for seven years before moving to the Fowler School of Law at Chapman University in 1996 Nancy coaches competition teams in trial and appellate advocacy arbitration pretrial advocacy voir dire mediation mediation advocacy negotiations and client counseling Her teams have competed on the national and international level Nancy served on the ABA Law Student Division Competitions Committee for 12 years and currently serves on the International Client Counseling Competition Committee and the International Negotiation Competition Committee where she is the North American representative to the Executive Committee She also chairs the International Law School Mediation Tournament Nancy has co authored three texts in the legal research and writing field and has also authored three articles on legal education and one article on negotiations Nancy teaches or has taught Client Interviewing and Counseling Negotiations Mediation Resolving Disputes Across Cultures Advocacy Legal Research and Writing Legal Writing Skills Legal Drafting Civil Procedure and Advanced Legal Analysis Teresa Frisbie Chicago IL Teresa is the Director of the Dispute Resolution Program at Loyola University of Chicago School of Law She started her career as a litigator with the law firm of Foran Wiss Schultz later Foran Schultz where she became a partner She has been arbitrating mediating and teaching ADR skills for many years and is an Illinois Leading Lawyer in ADR in the categories of international employment and commercial litigation Teresa has mediated and arbitrated hundreds of disputes ranging from real estate and business conflicts to estate and employment cases A frequent speaker and writer on ADR she has trained law students lawyers and judges in mediation and or international arbitration in the United States and Europe Teresa is a member of the National Academy of Distinguished Neutrals an arbitrator and mediator for ADR Systems of America a certified mediator for the Circuit Court of Cook County Illinois Law and Chancery Division mediation programs and a member of the Association of Attorney Mediators She was named a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators London in 1997 is a member of the Executive Committee of the International Academy of Dispute Resolution and has served as executive director and a panel member for the

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  • About the INADR | INADR
    dedicated to the principle that change can only come through education To this end the Academy has established a 40 hour training class for persons wishing to be certified as mediators It has established mediation tournaments to train law students undergraduate students and graduate students in mediation It holds an annual World Mediation Congress in the fall of each year which brings together mediators from around the world to share ideas and network 40 Hour Training Course for Mediators The Academy in conjunction with the Illinois Bar Association holds mediator training classes twice a year in Chicago and occasionally down state Illinois The same course is also offered twice a year at Drake University Law School in Des Moines Iowa Lawyers professors and nonlawyers are given intensive hands on training in mediation both as mediator and attorney representatives All persons completing the course are certified by the Academy Law School Mediation Tournaments The Academy conducts invitational mediation tournaments around the world At each of these tournaments one and one half days of instruction are provided to the students conducted by experienced mediators Students learn skills of both being a mediator and representing a client in mediation These invitational tournaments have been held in Perth Australia Kiev Ukraine Bhopal India Dubai UAE London and Liverpool England Glascow Scotland Belfast Northern Ireland and throughout the United States In addition to the invitational tournaments a Championship Mediation Tournament is held each year alternating between the U S and outside the U S This tournament which most recently attracted students from 16 countries and 37 nationalities has been held at Loyola University Law School in Chicago BPP Law School in London and at the Law Society of Ireland in Dublin Ireland International Intercollegiate Mediation Tournament Undergraduate students are exposed to the same training and

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  • Compete as a Team | INADR
    further the awareness of mediation as a means of establishing peaceful resolution Our mission is to encourage society to resolve its disputes in a more sensitive and efficient manner through mediation The focus of the Academy has been in education at the undergraduate graduate law school and professional levels With the introduction of ADR Modules in Law Schools all over the world our mission grows more and more relevant About the Tournaments Our aim is to provide Law Students with a practical understanding of Mediation and the role it plays in the practice of law To this end it offers mediation training and sponsors tournaments where participants have the opportunity to learn about various forms and techniques used in mediation as well as the opportunity to practice their mediation skills in friendly competition with other students from around the world Our tournaments are unique in that we train and require students to compete both as mediators and advocates Mediators are judged on their ability to work together with their co mediator in addition to their listening skills their ability to help that advocates and clients see the strengths and weaknesses of their cases their ability to stay positi ve and professional and their ability to help guide the parties to a resolution of the dispute that brought them to mediation Advocates and clients are judged on their ability to present their case to articulate their strengths and weaknesses and to work with the mediators toward a solution while also meeting their needs and interests The four top teams in each category go through to a final round Awards are given for team performances and individual performances Our competitions are attended by schools from South East Asia Eastern and Western Europe North America Russia and many other parts of the world

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  • Host a Tournament | INADR
    Street Address Address Line 2 City State Province Region ZIP Postal Code Afghanistan Albania Algeria American Samoa Andorra Angola Antigua and Barbuda Argentina Armenia Australia Austria Azerbaijan Bahamas Bahrain Bangladesh Barbados Belarus Belgium Belize Benin Bermuda Bhutan Bolivia Bosnia and Herzegovina Botswana Brazil Brunei Bulgaria Burkina Faso Burundi Cambodia Cameroon Canada Cape Verde Cayman Islands Central African Republic Chad Chile China Colombia Comoros Congo Democratic Republic of the Congo Republic of the Costa Rica Côte d Ivoire Croatia Cuba Cyprus Czech Republic Denmark Djibouti Dominica Dominican Republic East Timor Ecuador Egypt El Salvador Equatorial Guinea Eritrea Estonia Ethiopia Faroe Islands Fiji Finland France French Polynesia Gabon Gambia Georgia Germany Ghana Greece Greenland Grenada Guam Guatemala Guinea Guinea Bissau Guyana Haiti Honduras Hong Kong Hungary Iceland India Indonesia Iran Iraq Ireland Israel Italy Jamaica Japan Jordan Kazakhstan Kenya Kiribati North Korea South Korea Kosovo Kuwait Kyrgyzstan Laos Latvia Lebanon Lesotho Liberia Libya Liechtenstein Lithuania Luxembourg Macedonia Madagascar Malawi Malaysia Maldives Mali Malta Marshall Islands Mauritania Mauritius Mexico Micronesia Moldova Monaco Mongolia Montenegro Morocco Mozambique Myanmar Namibia Nauru Nepal Netherlands New Zealand Nicaragua Niger Nigeria Northern Mariana Islands Norway Oman Pakistan Palau Palestine State of Panama Papua New Guinea Paraguay Peru Philippines

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  • Volunteer as a Judge | INADR
    Indonesia Iran Iraq Ireland Israel Italy Jamaica Japan Jordan Kazakhstan Kenya Kiribati North Korea South Korea Kosovo Kuwait Kyrgyzstan Laos Latvia Lebanon Lesotho Liberia Libya Liechtenstein Lithuania Luxembourg Macedonia Madagascar Malawi Malaysia Maldives Mali Malta Marshall Islands Mauritania Mauritius Mexico Micronesia Moldova Monaco Mongolia Montenegro Morocco Mozambique Myanmar Namibia Nauru Nepal Netherlands New Zealand Nicaragua Niger Nigeria Northern Mariana Islands Norway Oman Pakistan Palau Palestine State of Panama Papua New Guinea Paraguay Peru Philippines Poland Portugal Puerto Rico Qatar Romania Russia Rwanda Saint Kitts and Nevis Saint Lucia Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Samoa San Marino Sao Tome and Principe Saudi Arabia Senegal Serbia Seychelles Sierra Leone Singapore Sint Maarten Slovakia Slovenia Solomon Islands Somalia South Africa Spain Sri Lanka Sudan Sudan South Suriname Swaziland Sweden Switzerland Syria Taiwan Tajikistan Tanzania Thailand Togo Tonga Trinidad and Tobago Tunisia Turkey Turkmenistan Tuvalu Uganda Ukraine United Arab Emirates United Kingdom United States Uruguay Uzbekistan Vanuatu Vatican City Venezuela Vietnam Virgin Islands British Virgin Islands U S Yemen Zambia Zimbabwe Country Please select which round s you are available to judge Round 1 Thursday March 10 2016 10 00 am 1 00 pm Round 2 Thursday March 10 2016 2 30 pm 5 30 pm Round 3 Friday March 11 2016 8 00 am 11 00 am Semi Final Round Friday March 11 2016 12 30 pm 3 30 pm Conflicts If you know a participant or have a relationship with a university participating list below We are reaching out for volunteers with expertise in the area of mediation and alternative dispute resolution to participate as a judge for INADR at an upcoming competition The International Academy of Dispute Resolution INADR will be hosting tournaments throughout the year and we are looking for practitioners in the field of mediation to assist with judging

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  • Past Tournament Results | INADR
    5 th Place Team 25 South Texas College of Law Asha Mungara 6 th Place Team 10 Law Society of Ireland Ian Payne 7 th Place Team 31 UC Hastings College of Law Brooke Barnum Roberts 8 th Place Team 6 Fordham University School of Law Zach Hudson 9 th Place Team 9 Law Society of Ireland Paul Murran 10 th Place Team 20 National University of Ireland Galway Karolyn Place Individual Advocate Client Awards 1 st Place Team 26 St John s University School of Law Stephanie Rainaud Nathaniel Chiaravalloti 2 nd Place Team 1 American University Washington College of Law Randall Friedland Amer Raja 3 rd Place Team 2 Chapman University School of Law Clay O Neal Austin Underhill 4 th Place Team 31 UC Hastings College of the Law Erika Schmidt Brooke Barnum Roberts 5 th Place Team 21 National University of Ireland Galway Cassie Roddy Tatiana Kelly 6 th Place Team 29 Tulane University Law School Samuel Ford Sara Guruswamy 7 th Place Team 26 St John s University School of Law Edda Santiago Stephanie Rainaud 8 th Place Team 36 University of Winchester Stephanie Brown Katherine Garrett 9 th Place Team 3 Chapman University School of Law Amanda Singer Melissa Bohl 10 th Place Team 4 Cornell Law School Drew Levine Tom Curry Results from the 13th Annual National Intercollegiate Mediation Tournament Brenau University November 1 3 2012 Top Ten Mediator Teams 1st Place Drake University 2nd Place Boston Unvieristy 17 3rd Place Cameron Unversity 14 4th Place Gainesville State College 3 4th Place University of Dubuque 25 5th Place 1 Boston University 6th Place 34 University of Sioux Falls 7th Place 25 University of Dubuque 8th Place 32 Loras College 9th Place 23 Texas Wesleyan University 10th Place 4 Lewis University Top Ten Advocate Client Teams 1st Place Texas Wesleyan University 8 2nd Place Boston University 17 3rd Place University of San Diego 4th Place Cameron University 14 5th Place 11 University of Texas at Dallas 6th Place 7 Principia College 7th Place 23 Texas Wesleyan 8th Place 4 Lewis University 9th Place 19 Gainesville State College 10th Place 34 University of Sioux Falls Individual Mediator Awards 1st Place and winner of the Stephanie Jennings Memorial Award Megan Wade Boston University 2nd Place Michele Sackett Texas Wesleyan 3rd Place Cary Hansing Lewis University 4th Place Carmen Hughes Brenau University 5th Place Elon Allan Cameron University 6th Place Tisha Brown Strhan Texas Wesleyan University 7th Place Amy Funnell Kennesaw State 8th Place Rosanna LoGrasso Boston University 8th Place Aaron Mohr Drake University 10th Place Kyle Schaffer Loras College 11th Place Maisya Mesbeh UNC Charlotte 12th Place Josh Riddell University of Texas at Dallas 13th Place Kelli Bones University of Sioux Falls 13th Place Desiree Darling Williams College 14th Place Melanie Fain Brenau University 15th Place Scott Fuller Gainesville State College Individual Advocate Client Awards 1st Place Stephen Chang and Sarah Hu Boston University 2nd Place Cary Hansing and Matt Vasquez Lewis University 3rd Place Meredith Clark and Brian Simpson Principia College 4th Place Scott Dana and Vanessa Helbers University of Texas at Dallas 4th Place Kayla Coffee and Dannika Nash University of Sioux Falls 6th Place DeAnna Thompson and Aaron Stephens Middle Georgia College 7th Place Luiza Dias and Nate Waters Principia College 8th Place Megan Wade and Brennah Montague Boston University 9th Place Rosanna LoGrasso and Brennah Montague Boston University 10th Place Michele Sackett DGracia and Cassandra Holland Texas Wesleyan University 11th Place Andrew Mitchell and Mariah Schiff Middle Tennessee State University 12th Place Ashlee Goedken and Cissy Hu Boston University 13th Place Malanie Fain and Carmen Hughey Brenau University 14th Place Dylan John and Mario Watson Middle Georgia College 15th Place Colton Lutterloh and Scott Dana University at Texas Dallas Results from the Eleventh Annual International Law School Mediation Tournament Loyola University Chicago School of Law March 23 24 2012 Top Ten Mediator Teams 1 st Place UC Hastings Team 13 2 nd Place Loyola University Chicago School of Law Team 22 3 rd Place Chapman University Law School Team 3 4 th Place Cornell Law School Team 5 5 th Place BPP Team 2 6 th Place Cornell Law School Team 6 7 th Place Institute of Professional Legal Studies Queen s University Belfast Team 17 8 th Place Gainesville State College Team 11 9 th Place Chapman University Law School Team 4 10 th Place Tulane University Law School Team 43 Top Ten Adcovate Client Teams 1 st Place National Law Institute University Delhi Team 31 2 nd Place Cornell Law School Team 5 3 rd Place UC Hastings Team 13 4 th Place John Marshall Law School Team 18 5 th Place Institute of Professional Legal Studies Queen s University Belfast Team 17 6 th Place Cornell Law School Team 6 7 th Place Liverpool John Moores University Team 21 8 th Place Thomas M Cooley Law School Team 41 9 th Place BPP Team 2 10 th Place South Texas College of Law Team 37 Top Ten Individual Mediators 1 st Place Sri Carmichael BPP 2 nd Place Ari cover UC Hastings 3 rd Place Julie Ann McCaffrey Queen s University Belfast 4 th Place Joseph Fan Cornell Law School 5 th Place Cory Grant Tulane University Law School 6 th Place Stewart Curran Queen s University Belfast 7 th Place Kathryn McMahon Loyola University Chicago School of Law 8 th Place Whitney Stefko Chapman University Law School 9 th Place Daniel Larrosa Liverpool John Moores University 10 th Place Melissa Mielke Chapman University Law School Top Ten Individual Advocate Client 1 st Place Sonny Mott and Matt Baker John Marshall Law School 2 nd Place Kira Bellolio Murillo and Nina Frazer Thomas M Cooley Law School 3 rd Place Andrew Sullivan and Dan Nassrallah University of Ottawa Faculty of Law 4 th Place Ari Cover and Erika Schmidt UC Hastings 5 th Place Laura Hadley and Tucker Owen UC Hastings 5 th Place Rachel Smith and Nadia Gire

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  • Undergraduate Tournaments | INADR
    an attorney and client Three students make up a team and each must participate as mediator in one of three preliminary rounds Students participating have the opportunity to receive All American recognition At each tournament the day before is devoted to extensive mediation training as well as advocacy training Emphasis at the tournament is placed on education and fellowship rather than competition or winning This year the International Intercollegiate Mediation Tournament will be taking place November 11 14 2015 at Drake University Law School in Des Moines IA The registration fee for the tournament is 300 per 3 person team Brenau University Mock Mediation Tournament October 9 and 10 2015 Brenau University www brenau edu in Gainesville Georgia will be hosting its thirteenth annual Mock Mediation Invitational Tournament on October 9 and 10 2015 This three round tournament will also include opportunities for training for students and coaches on mediation techniques and advocacy in mediation Registration fees are 60 00 per each three person team and 20 00 for each extra individual including coaches Fees include the awards luncheon on Saturday October 10 2015 Registration begins at noon on Friday with training to begin at 1 00 pm Tournament rounds

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