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The AIA works towards promotion of ADR in general and Arbitration in particular, as a means of dispute resolution and strives to bring together the global community in this field, be it as professionals in the form of Judges, Lawyers, Arbitrators, Mediators or as Academicians as well Research Scholars and Students. With this unique blend of people, it is our endeavor to inculcate an interest in ADR, not only in the professional sphere but also create an awareness and interest in it among budding professionals in law schools/universities all around the globe. http://www.arbitration-adr.org
The Centre for Effective Dispute Resolution (CEDR) is an independent, non-profit organisation with a mission to cut the cost of conflict and create choice and capability in dispute prevention and resolution.
They set the standard for dispute resolution and conflict management with our leading mediation, consultancy and training services.
Chambers Ireland is the country's largest business organisation, with 60 member chambers representing over 12,000 businesses throughout the island of Ireland. It is a company limited by guarantee, owned by its member chambers, which pay an annual membership subscription fee. http://www.chambers.ie
The Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, Irish Branch, is the authority on the regulation, administration, training and promotion of arbitration on the island of Ireland. There are some 600 members in the Irish Branch and the membership is drawn from a wide cross section to include lawyers, architects, surveyors and engineers. http://www.arbitration.ie
The Irish Maritime Law Association (“IMLA”) welcomes you to its website. The IMLA was established in May 1963 and is the national branch of the Comite Maritime International (CMI). It aims to promote a better understanding of Irish maritime law and to encourage its unification on an international level.
The Mediators’ Institute of Ireland (the MII) was established to promote the use of quality mediation as a process of dispute resolution in all areas by ensuring the highest standards of education, training and professional practice of mediation and by increasing public awareness of mediation. www.themii.ie