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Open lecture “Mediation – the best method to solve conflicts”


Open lecture “Mediation – the best method to solve conflicts”

The latest open lecture took place on Thursday, March 15th at 7 p.m at our school. This time we’ve been discussing Mediation as the best method to solve conflicts.

The lecture was held by Łukasz Rozdeiczer – an attorney, negotiator and mediator. Łukasz has many years’ experience in negotiating and mediating complex transactions and disputes, with special consideration of multilateral negotiations and creating value for all parties to a dispute. He was involved in contract re/negotiations of total value exceeding USD 50 billion.

President of BATNA Group, Adjunct Professor at Georgetown University, lecturer at the University of London and post graduate studies at University of Warsaw (UW) and Warsaw School of Economics (SGH), member of corporate supervisory boards and management boards in NGOs. A graduate, among others, from Harvard Law School and Department of Law and Administration (WPiA) at UW.

Former President of Mediation Centre at the Court of Arbitration at the Polish Chamber of Commerce and Director of Harvard Mediation Program. He practiced at CMS Cameron, McKenna, Clifford Chance. He used to be a World Bank (IFC) consultant and academic staff member in the Program on Negotiation (Harvard Law School).

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Mediation is one of the most effective methods to solve conflicts between people and organizations. The speaker explained the notion of mediation from historical perspective, he showed how mediation is used in different cultures, how it works in solving family and social conflicts, how it is used in economic or political disputes.

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