Category Archives: Mediation
Loyola took first place at the INADR International Mediation Tournament held at the School of Law March 8-11. Fifty-two teams from four continents competed at the mediation skills tournament. Loyola was also a semi-finalist for mediation advocacy skills. Team member … Continue reading
13th Annual INADR International Law School Mediation Competition at Loyola Chicago School of Law.
The following article by Teresa Frisbie titled “Understanding Values Important in Cross-Cultural Negotiations, Mediation” ran in the Chicago Daily Law Bulletin on April 24.
Loyola University Chicago School of Law has won the Willem C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot Competition in Hong Kong. Loyola beat the University of Amsterdam in the final round. Ninty-nine schools from 28 countries competed in the 2014 … Continue reading
Loyola team members Meg Davis (center), Giorie Mahn and Randy Ojeda (holding trophy) were one of 52 teams to compete in the 13th Annual International Law School Mediation Tournament held March 5-8 at the Philip H. Corboy Law Center. The … Continue reading
OTHER NEWS Programming and events The 17th Anniversary Philip H. Corboy Lecture in Trial Advocacy was held this fall on November 6. The presentation focused on the unique practice of civil rights litigators. The panel of seasoned civil rights litigators, … Continue reading
The Advanced Mediation Advocacy Practicum at Loyola provides 711-licensed student attorneys the opportunity to represent pro se clients in cases referred to the Mediation Program of the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC). My experience with the practicum provided me with … Continue reading
To Be or Not to Be, Mediation or Trial To be in mediation or not to be in mediation, that is a question that law students, lawyers, and judges are debating in courtrooms, boardrooms, and every other room that lies … Continue reading