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National Center for ADR (NCADR) is a long-term project being developed jointly by the Faculty of Law of the Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University, South Texas College of Law (USA) and East-West Management Institute, Inc. (EWMI) with its project the Judicial Independence and Legal Empowerment Project (JILEP).
National Center for Alternative Dispute Resolution was established on October 10, 2011. The mission of the NCADR is to develop capacity in Georgian law schools; teach students lawyering skills, including mediation and ADR skills; develop Georgian law professors and improve law teaching methods; increase the ability of ADR materials; assist in the introduction of ADR in Georgia; and develop local capacity to provide continuing legal education to practicing lawyers.

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Training  on Commercial Mediation for ICC Moot


2012-07-26
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On 26th, June 2012 a professor at South Texas College of Law - Kim Kovach held the training for coaches, who will prepare the teams for the contests of mediation-moot organized by ICC. On the tranings there were represented those professors who already have attended special course on mediation, which was held from 15th to 28th, July, 2012. During the trainings participants were made familiar with the rules of ICC moot and team preparing technics. 

Consequently, professors of 15 different universities are ready to prepare the teams for both: contest of mediation organized by ICC and national contest of mediation. 

ტრეინინგის დასახელებაTraining  on Commercial Mediation for ICC Moot


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