- Initial training - Continuing education
- 1 year
Initiation in amicable dispute resolution: including mediation
Knowledge of civil procedure and alternative dispute resolution
Law degree or equivalent
STRUCTURE AND ORGANISATION
Total number of teaching weeks : 35
Timing of the teaching period:
Indicative start date of teaching : October
Indicative end date of the lessons : June
KNOWLEDGE TO BE ACQUIRED
Faced with the complex and growing legalisation of society, the legislator intends to offer new perspectives to amicable dispute resolution methods (ADR).
All branches of law are little concerned (family law, consumer law, etc.) and business relations have become more and more complex.
All branches of law are little concerned (family law, consumer law, etc.) and business relations are also destined to find other forms of regulation.
These developments concern the management of conflict, but also its prevention through the negotiation of contracts allowing the construction of a lasting and enriching relationship for each of the parties.
The Institute of Business Law offers students, from M1 level, a training course dedicated to MARD and negotiation techniques in business law within the framework of the DESU Med@ff.
This innovative training will enable them to acquire a solid theoretical knowledge of participatory justice techniques, amicable dispute resolution and arbitration.
This training is based on a pedagogy founded on a conceptual and psychological reflection, and on workshops of experimentation in the form of communication exercises and role-playing exercises based on conflictual hypotheses relating to business law.
PROFESSIONAL SKILLS TO BE ACQUIRED
Open to the new relational and organisational modes of the company (collaborative economy, business ethics, sectoral mechanisms of mediation, banking mediation, etc.), this course offers the opportunity to learn about the new technologies and their application: e–médiation, banking médiation…), this training offers the opportunity to young lawyers to develop their skills in complementary fields of law (communication, conflict management, reasoned negotiation…).
The skills acquired concern listening, reformulation, coaching, mediation and negotiation techniques.
INTERNSHIPS AND SUPERVISED PROJECTS
Students are supervised in the drafting of a research report on one of the themes developed in the course or of an activity report linked to their practical experience in the field of mediation and negotiation.