Each year AMINZ holds a dispute resolution conference for all disputes resolution professionals.
This year we offer a new innovative format and some invigorating add-ons. Some things will be the same – concurrent streams for determinative and consensual processes, an unparalleled opportunity to learn, network and socialise and of course, excellence in presentations.
Just some of what will be on offer:
- Sector meetings for those practising in the rural sector, family dispute resolution and construction adjudication.
- The launch of the Young AMINZ Arbitration Group.
- Newbies Event for anyone new to conference. (Sponsored by Kensington Swan)
- Super-mediator Lee Jay Berman on how to grow your practice.
- A commercial mediation fish-bowl. See how it’s done by others.
- An Oxford Union style debate with the topic – I owe my obligation to my client, not the process.
- A movie screening of the Quiet Triumph: How Arbitration Changed the World. (Popcorn supplied).
- 16 discussion groups on hot topics.
- Social events a plenty including a Wellington cocktail crawl.
- An add-on seminar with Lee Jay Berman – mediating through different lenses: seeing new things in the same old rooms: 2 September 2018.
To view the conference brochure, please CLICK HERE.
- The art and science of resolving disputes – with Rt. Hon. Helen Clark ONZ SSI PC
- Grow Your Practice Now! – with Lee Jay Berman
- Women’s Breakfast – with Keri Morris
- Conference Wrap – with Nicola Hartfield and Malcolm Wallace
- To Tatau Pounamu – with Pita Sharples, Te Huia Bill Hamilton, Daphne Luke
- How to Avoid and Overcome Impasse – with Lee Jay Berman
- Should we Mediate Sexual Harassment Claims? – with Barbara Buckett
- Making our Skills and Services Accessible – with Tim Foote
- Lawyers at Mediation – Help or Hindrance – with Kirsty Swadling
- Government Centre for Dispute Resolution – Update- with Caroline Holden
- Creating Doubt to Make It Work for the Parties in Mediation – with Judy Dell
- Farm Debt Mediation: the Good and Bad and the Likely Challenges for Mediators – with Bruce Cottrill
- Canterbury Tales – with Stuart Rose
- Memorable Mediator Catch Phrases – with Hayden Wilson
- Gender Bias and Identity – with Simon Dadley-Moore, Isabel Aldiss, Barbara McCulloch and David Robinson
- Armchair conversation: Models of Mediation – Chris Rowe, Warren Sowerby and Bill Rainey
- The Prevention before the Bend: Institutional Early Dispute resolution Processes – with Jennifer Mahony
- Alternative Environmental Justice: Bridging the Gap Between Processes and
- Making It Work – with Fiona Buchan-Ng and Vanessa Sugre
- Commercial Mediation Fish-Bowl – with Lee Jay Berman, Maria Dew, Mark Kelly, Philippa Fee and Dan Parker
- Review of Jurisdiction Decisions De Novo – with Jack Wass
- Exploring the Drivers for Construction Disputes – with Polly Pope and Ed Crook
- Astro v. Lippo: a tale of two seats – with Albert Monichino QC
- How Ethics can Promote the Use of Arbitration – with Kate Wiseman
- Making it Work: A Look at the Arbitration Industry – with Royden Hindle
- Arbitrating Family Law Disputes – with Robert Fisher QC
- Adjudication: Quick, Fast and Dirty – or is it? – with Graeme Christie
- Avoiding Ankle Taps and Tiger Traps – Nicholas Till QC
- It ain’t over ’til it’s over: When is an arbitrator’s role complete? – with Nicole Smith
- Tikanga Maori as substantive law – with Assoc. Prof. Amokura Kawharu
- Creating time and cost efficiency in domestic arbitration – with Derek Johnston
- Assisting dispute resolution uptake – a role for alternative fee arrangements ? – with Michael Webb
- Making Intellectual Property Work – the DR Solution – with Clive Elliott QC
- Perfect Partners or Uneasy Bedfellows? A Guide to Making the Most of ADR – with Dr Anna Kirk
- Oxford Union Style Debate: I Owe My Obligation to My Client not the Process- with
- Fiona Tregonning & Michael Greenop and Mike Heron QC & Kate Wevers with chair Hon. Sally Fitzgerald
- Film: The Quiet Triumph: How Arbitration Changed the World (Popcorn supplied!)
Keep watching this space as details about the programme are finalised.