2019 CPR International Mediation Competition
São Paulo, Brazil
2019 CPR INTERNATIONAL MEDIATION COMPETITION
April 4 – 6, 2019 | São Paulo, Brazil
CENTER FOR ARBITRATION AND MEDIATION OF THE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE BRAZIL-CANADA (CAM - CCBC)
After the success of the previous editions, CPR is delighted to announce the 2019 CPR International Mediation Competition, which will take place for two days on April 5 – 6, 2019, in São Paulo, Brazil. The competition will be hosted by CAM-CCBC and will be preceded by a training for students, taking place on April 4, 2019.
As the only international mediation competition held in Latin America, the CPR International Mediation Competition is a unique opportunity for students to learn and practice mediation and negotiation skills through the role-playing of a mediation problem drafted by experienced mediators and practitioners. The competition convenes students and distinguished ADR professionals from around the globe providing exceptional network opportunities.
PRE-REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN: HERE
PRE-REGISTRATION DEADLINE is NOVEMBER 25, 2018.
- Required information for pre-registration: primary contact and basic information
- After pre-registering you will receive more information about the selection process and official registration to the competition
- Only one team is allowed per university.
- Teams may be composed of students from two different universities if one of the universities does not offer a Law degree in its curriculum.
- Each team may have a minimum of 3 and a maximum of 6 members
- Law students, as well as business students and students from other fields, are welcome to participate
- Competitors will act as mediators, counsel and clients. Each team must have a law student to act as counsel
- Each Competing Team may have a maximum of one Coach
- Teams selected will be required to pay a USD $200 non-refundable registration fee to complete the registration process. Teams will also have to cover their expenses to participate in the competition
- Competition conducted in English
- Each team will be required to submit a Written Statement before the oral rounds which will be factored in the Negotiation team’s total score
- The Competition will be structured around General Rounds, in which all Competing Teams will participate, Quarter-Finals, Semi-Finals, and Final Rounds
- Each team competes for a Mediation Prize and a Negotiation Prize, as well as Best Client, Counsel, Written Statement and Best Teamwork.
- The Problem is developed by a team of highly-regarded mediators and practitioners, and involves an international business dispute.
- The Problem and confidential information for the purposes of submitting the Written Statement will be released in January 2019.
- Confidential information applicable to each oral round will be released at least 1 hour before each round
2019 International Mediation Competition Co-Chairs:
Olivier André | CPR
Carolina Allodi M. de Andrade | L.O. Baptista
Clare Connellan | White & Case
Luíza Kömel | CAM-CCBC
Vanessa Winkler | Mattos Filho, Veiga Filho, Marrey Jr e Quiroga
Click here for information about prior editions of the competition.
If you have any questions or would like to sponsor the competition, please email :
Chris Silva at email@example.com
Olivier André at firstname.lastname@example.org.