“Mediation as a global trend in legal practice” in the framework of the III Kharkiv International Law Forum

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Participation Mediation as a global trend in legal practice III Kharkiv International Law Forum

Members of the Working Group of the Project Erasmus + KA2 MEDIATS (Mediation: Learning and Transforming Society) Ruslana Havrylyuk and Lydia Nesterenko within the framework of the III Kharkiv International Legal Forum participated in the international round table “Mediation as a Global Trend in Legal Practice”, where they had the opportunity to engage in discussions with leading European experts (Ahne Tvaronavichene, Director of the Institute of Public Law of School of Law of Nicholas Romeris University, Doctor of Laws, Mediator (CEDR), Chairman of the Commission for the Qualification Examination of Mediators appointed by the Ministry of Justice of Lithuania; Anna Kalish, Doctor of Laws, Qualified Specialist in various fields of European Law in the Supreme Administrative Court of Poland; Fozilzhon Otakhonov, Chairman of the International Commercial Arbitration Court at the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of the Republic of Uzbekistan, Doctor of Laws; Ales Zalar, Head of the European Dispute Resolution Center (Slovenia)) and representatives of the judiciary community (Larisa Shvetsova, Member of the High Council of Justice; Natalia Sakara, judge of Cassation Civil Court of Supreme Court) to the most pressing problems of establishing and implementing a mediation institute.

In addition, members of the Working Group of the Project Erasmus + KA2 MEDIATS (Mediation: Learning and Transforming Society) Ruslana Havrylyuk and Lydia Nesterenko within the framework of the III Kharkiv International Legal Forum attended a lecture on “Mediation Trends in Selected EU Countries”, presented by Ales Zalar, Head of the European Dispute Resolution Center (Slovenia), Graduate lawyer.

From 1989 to 2008 he was a judge. From 1991 to 2007 he held the position of chairman of the court of the first instance in Ljubljana, and later of chairman of the district court of Ljubljana. He then worked as a legal advisor to the European Union on EU law in the Supreme Court of Romania and as a mediation consultant to the Croatian Ministry of Justice. From 2008 to 2012 he held the position of Minister of Justice of the Slovenian Republic. Today he works as chairman (2012) and expert at the European Dispute Resolution Center.

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