International Online Mediation Conference – 7th Leipzig Mediation Forum – The Steinbeis Days – with Andrea Marighetto
International Workshop: Dealing with technological innovations in mediation: instrument or skill?
– with Andrea Marighetto on 23.06.2021
The new technologies represent a great step forward also for the training of the mediator and the performance of the mediation activity. New technologies, therefore, must be considered not only as a global and immediate tool for training and access to justice, but also as a real “competence” of the mediator. In fact, together with the important psychological aspects such as interaction, empathy, communicative exchange, training through the development of new technologies becomes a new language. And this language is a skill in itself as it allows the mediator to manage global situations of multiculturalism. The dynamics of communication and training have profoundly changed or better evolved.
Lecturer in comparative law, Acting as In-House Legal Counsel of a multinational company, responsible for contracts and cross-border litigations. He holds a Ph.D. in comparative commercial law at the University of Rome I (Italy), and, a Ph.D. in comparative private law at the Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul (Brazil). He obtained the Master’s Degree for international functions at the University of Padua (Italy). He is also a specialist in private international law at the Hague Academy of International Law and at the Organization of American States. He holds a professional certificate of mediator in San Diego.