The program, the first internationally recognized training of its kind to be delivered in Arabic, will be held for 40 training hours until November 4. Participants are expected to receive the basic skills in other civil and commercial dispute resolution and knowledge of the procedures of professional arbitrators in line with international standards and best practices. Participants who complete the training are certified as internationally certified mediators from the International Mediation Institute.
Dr. Lowai Mohamed Belhoul, Director General of the Government of Dubai, Department of Legal Affairs, said that the program “shows the ability of the department to strengthen the relationship with relevant entities to develop the legal skills and expertise in the emirate of Dubai, especially in the area of mediation as a way to resolve disputes” as “part of the ministry’s efforts to resolve disputes amicably disputes filed by the government or government entities”, and considering “amicable settlement and avoiding going to court” whenever possible.
Leonardo D’Urso, CEO and one of the founders of the ADR Center, expressed his pleasure in working with the Department of Legal Affairs to offer 25 years of experience in resolving commercial disputes and disputes -iwi through mediation and continue to work to promote the use of mediation. in Dubai.
Constantin-Adi Gavrila, Chief Trainer and International Mediator, said that the program will provide new mediators with dual international accreditation for mediation, and provide them with the necessary knowledge and skills, and helping them build the reputation needed to encourage the use of the medium on a larger scale. in and out of Dubai.