Towards ODR ExpoTech 2022
Towards ODR EXPO TECH 2022 April 26 to 28, 2022 «Digitally Transforming Mediation» online event.
It is with great joy that we will share with you the names of those who have confirmed their participation and will brighten up this totally disruptive academic space. totalmente disruptivo.
Alberto Elisavetsky, Creator and Executive Director of ODR EXPO TECH, annual Global Event on Conflict Management Technologies. Founder and President of ODR Latinoamerica. Director of the Observatory of Conflict and Postgraduate Course in Cybermediation of Universidad Nacional de Tres de Febrero UNTREF, Argentina. FELLOW of the Center for Technology and Dispute Resolution NCTDR of the University of Massachusetts, United States. Member of the Board of Directors of the International Council for ODR ICODR. Ambassador of Peace and Advisor in Mediation of the Honorable Council Mil Milenios de Paz Foundation Pea Unesco.
Patricio Nicolás Ferrazzano, National Director of Mediation and MPRC in the Ministry of Justice and Human Rights of the Nation.
Humberto Chiesi Filho, legal Director at Mercado Libre – Dispute Resolution (Latin America).
Mario Daniel Adaro, President of the Institute of Innovation, Technology and Justice of the Federal Board of Superior Courts of Argentine Provinces and the Autonomous City of Buenos Aires.
Leonel Groisman, ambassador for peace, university professor and lecturer. Researcher, candidate for a master’s degree from the Miguel de Cervantes European University-EIM. Director of the chair of mediation of CEFIR and teacher at the ONSC (Presidency of the Eastern Republic of Uruguay). Member of the Latin American Bureau of Online Mediation. Director of the Montevideo Mediation System. He is the founder and responsible for Uruguay of the peace initiative «Consensus for Palestinian-Israeli Peace». Author, contributor and co-author of numerous books.
Franco Stampone, Undersecretary of Access to Justice of the Ministry of Justice of the Ministry of Government, Justice and Human Rights of Santa Fe.
Rafael Lobo Niembro, partner of Alinea Centro de Mediación y Resolution de Controversias, S.C. Consultant in development of public policies MASC. Mediator Trainer and Mediator of the World Bank and ONU.
Ethan Katsh, He is the world’s greatest authority on Online Conflict Resolution and creator of the disciplinary field that we are passionate about, impossible to lose him.
Rosa Pérez Martell, Academic Director of the ULPGC Arbitration and Mediation Service. SAMADR-ULPGC, Director of the recognized research group: Conflict Management in Economic Sectors, Technology and Sustainability (AMETI). Author of numerous scientific publications focused on ADR-ODR, especially the application of mediation, arbitration and technology to economic sectors.
Leah Wing, co-director of the National Center for Technology and Dispute Resolution (NCTDR) and is Senior Lecturer II in the Legal Studies Program, U. of Massachusetts-Amherst, USA. She is Vice President of the board of the International Council for Online Dispute Resolution, heads the NCTDR Ethical Principles for Online Dispute Resolution initiative
Luiz Fernando Do Vale De Almeida Guilherme, doctor from PUC-SP and post-doctorate from Salamanca. Partner of Almeida Guilherme Advogados Associados. Author of several books published by Saraiva, Thompson Reuters, Almedina and Quartier Latin. Director of the Institute of Disruptive Law.
Delcy Lagones de Anglim, Mediator of over 27 years, experience in international business law and actively participated in the Singapore Convention negotiations.
Javier Ales Sioli, mediator and professor at Loyola University. President of the International Forum of Professional Mediators (FIMEP).
Celeida Maria Celentano Laporta, Co – Founder of CS VIEWS Mediación y Arbitraje. Master in Law from the Escola Paulista de Direito EPD ,. Judicial Mediator of (Cejusc) Judicial Center for Conflict Resolution and Citizenship Santana de Parnaíba / São Paulo. Author and co-author of articles on technology, and books, such as «ODR – Online Conflict Resolution» – Ed. Quartier Latin 2021.
Pamela Borelli, lawyer. Master in Mediation. Diploma in Conflictologist, Conciliator and Facilitator of Consensus Processes. Specialist in Labor and Administrative Law. Deputy Director at Fundación Cambio Democrático. General Coordinator in areas of Constructive Approach to Conflicts of the Undersecretariat of Access to Justice of the Ministry of Government, Justice and Human Rights of Santa Fe.
María Petronela Popiuc, lawyer and professional Mediator registered in the Ministry of Justice and the Madrid Bar Association. Doctorate in Law from the Camilo José Cela University. Professor and Coordinator of the Degree in Law and Criminology and Security. Profile focused on the field of conflict management, technology and security linked to the coordination of projects related to artificial intelligence as well as cybersecurity and data protection. Member of the UCJC technology and security research group.
Rosa María Abdelnour Granados, lawyer, mediator / conciliator, arbitrator, Specialist in Development of Teaching Skills and Master’s Degree in Teaching and Educational Innovation, Specialist in Strategic Negotiation, Doctor Cum Laude in Public Law, Coordinator of the Doctorate in Law UNED-CR, Graduated Double Master’s Degree in Mediation, Member of the RAC Commissions of the Costa Rican Bar Association and the Judiciary. Trainer of mediators and cyber mediators.
Ignacio Noble, coordinator of the Research Council of the Faculty of Political and Social Legal Sciences of the Universidad del Norte Santo Tomás de Aquino.
César Cury, President of NUPEMEC. Member of the Commission for Access to Justice of the CNJ. Master’s and Doctorate in Law student (UFF). Visiting professor of the postgraduate course at the State University of Rio de Janeiro (UERJ – Civil Procedural Law).
Gastón Aín, Dispute Resolution coordinator of the Independent Mechanism for Accountability and Transparency of the IDB group, MICI. Former official of the United Nations-UN and the Organization of American States-OAS. He worked and lived in Rwanda, Haiti, Colombia, Ecuador, Congo, Burundi and countries in Central America. He studied law and international relations.
Sergio Valls Esponda, general director of the Mediation Center of the Judicial Power of the State of Mexico. Magistrate since 2010, university professor, speaker and columnist for various media.
Ana Sambold, lawyer, mediator, arbitrator and specialist in conflict resolution. She is an International ArbitralWomen, a member of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators and the International Council for Online Dispute Resolution.She currently serves as Vice Chair of the Executive Committee of the DR Section of the American Bar Association (ABA) and as Co-Chair of the Institute for Advanced Advocacy and Mediation Skills.
Rodolfo Guerrero Martinez Semblanza, lawyer from the Meritorious University of Guadalajara. Founding Partner and Legal Representative of the Civil Society Coffee Law “Dr. Jorge Fernández Ruiz ”. Member of the Minor Board and in charge of the Legaltech Commission of the Illustrious and National Colegio de Abogados de México A.C. West Chapter. Vice President of the Mexican Academy of Computer Law, Jalisco Chapter.
Inés Josefina Cano de Prado, lawyer, judicial mediator, director of the Mediation and Negotiation Center of the Tucumán Bar Association, (until 2015) with participation in events, conferences, workshops and congresses on mediation. Mediator of the Judicial Power of Tucumán from 2006 to 2013. Founding Member of FIMEP, and member of the Advisory Commission of said Forum. Delegate in Tucumán of the Argentine Embassy of FIMEP and invited expert teacher Training Entity No. 24 “Mediante” Ministry of Justice and Human Rights of the Nation. Institutional Head of Participando Mediation Study and president of Fundación Participando Tucumán, Argentina.
Giovanni Matteucci has trained in Online Dispute Resolution with Virtualmediationlab Hawaii. He is a European Funding consultant. He has been a civil mediator certified by the Italian Ministry of Justice since 2006 and a trainer since 2011; he operates as a mediator at the Chamber of Commerce of Maremma and Tirreno, Conciliatore BancarioFinanziario, ADRCenter; he is an international accredited professional mediator at the Mainland-Hong Kong Joint Mediation Center. He specializes in the use of mediation to prevent conflict in the event of the corporate financial crisis.
Griselda Zulma Mela, lawyer, university teacher and mediator with national and international training in family, criminal and community mediation. He currently works as operational assistant manager in community mediation for the Ministry of Justice and Security of the Autonomous City of Buenos Aires. He is in charge of the community mediation program of the 15 communes that make up the Autonomous City of Bs. As
Michael (Xuhui) Fang, NCTDR fellow, executive member of the Computational Law Committee of China Computer Federation and Senior Counsel of Shenzhen E-business Better Service Centre (EBS) . As an observer at UNCITRAL , he participated in drafting the Introduction of the UNCITRAL Technical Notes on ODR and succeeded in making a proposal introducing the “ security” standard into the Technical Notes. In the 56th session of UNCITRAL Working Group IV, he drew the attention of the Working Group to the relevance of the Technical Notes on ODR for resolving the disputes arising from cloud computing transactions.
Marco Giacalone is a Marie Skłodowska-Curie fellow at Seraphin.legal, where he is Chef de Projet on Online Dispute Resolution. He is also an Affiliated Researcher at the Research Group on Law, Science, Technology and Society (LSTS) at the Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB). His work analyses the transformations of law in the field of Access to Justice with a special focus on the fields of Private International Law, Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR), Online Dispute Resolution (ODR), EU regulations and the application of economic principles into the field of law.
María Victoria Marun, attorney mediator. Senior Lecturer in Law. University Teaching Specialist and director at the Conflict Resolution Center fo the Bar and Solicitors of the 3rd Circ. Judicial of Mendoza, Argentina. University Professor. Postgraduate in Private Law. Trainer in School Legislation and Conflict Resolution.
Sangeeta Mehrotra from Delhi, India having spent 36 years in legal profession – now a passionate Mediator and ODR practitioner – is a persuasive individual possessing strong negotiating skills. Her ability to ‘connect’ establishes a rapport with disputing parties and enhances the possibility of resolution.
María José Briz, doctor in Legal Sciences and master in conflict resolution. Director of the Master’s in Conflict Management and Mediation Center (UCU) High-dedication professor (UCU) Researcher at SNI. Author of books and specialized articles on the subject.
Alicia González Vitale, director of the Family Mediation Service of the Judicial Branch of Neuquén, Argentina. Master in Family Counseling- Lawyer, mediator, parental coordinator. Mediation teacher, trainer of trainers, author of academic articles. Doctoral student in negotiation and mediation at IMM. Member of the federal network of mediators for Peace and security (UN Res. 1325/2000).
Daniela Patricia Almirón, lawyer, master in Mediation and expert in Systemic Family Therapy. Parental Coordinator and freelance consultant. Executive Director of CIEDEPAS (International Center for Studies on Democracy and Social Peace. 13 years experience as coordinator of the Public Service of Mediation in Justice in Puerto Madryn Argentina. Registered Cyber Mediator. Author, co-author and coordinator of texts in her specialty and her literary stories. TED speaker talk «Everything is circular in the universe.»
Francisco Javier Gorjón Gómez, academic director of the doctorate in Alternative Conflict Resolution Methods since 2010 at the Autonomous University of Nuevo León, Mexico; founder of the master’s degree of the same name in 2001. Doctor of Law from the Complutense University of Madrid since 1997, president of the International Association of Doctors in MASC. President of the College of Mediators of Nuevo León, Mexico; and author of several books and articles on mediation, arbitration, welfare and peace, with international publishers and magazines.
Pablo Bruzzo, member of the Public Bar Association of the Federal Capital and of San Isidro, Prov. Of Bs.As. General and Family Mediator, for more than 20 years with extensive experience in various conflicts. Registered cybermediator and member of ODR Latin America. Consumption Conciliator since 2015, managing a large number of conflicts in Consumer Defense.
María Teresa Muñoz (Marité), Magister and Legal Judge of Peace at the Rural Town Delfin Gallo,Tucumán, Argentina. Director of the Center for Peace Research and Studies of the University of San Pablo- Tucumán, Argentina. Secretary General of the Latin American Council for Peace Research (CLAIP).
Pablo Cortés, professor of Civil Justice, University of Leicester.
María Evangelina Trebolle, Lawyer, graduated from UBA. Master in Mediation- Institute Universitarie Kurt Bosch- Switzerland. Mediator
Orna Rabinovich-Einy, Professor at the Faculty of Law, University of Haifa. Her areas of expertise are Online Dispute Resolution (ODR), Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR), and Civil Procedure, with research focusing on the impact of technology on dispute resolution, the relationship between formal and informal justice systems, and dispute resolution system design.
Eduardo Garro Guillén is a Mediator and Facilitator with 30 years of experience, Ciber mediator, an Advisor of Costa Rica’s ADR Directorate at the Ministry of Justice and Peace on Online Dispute Resolution, and Trainer of neutrals through the project Aprendamos a Solucionar Conflictos (Let’s Learn How to Solve Conflicts) and the Coordinator for the Institute for the Study of Conflict Transformation Latin American Hub.
Ayelet Sela is an adjunct professor at the University BAR IILAN and a member of the BIU LawData Lab and the BIU Data-Science Institute. Dr. Sela’s scholarship and teaching revolve around law and technology, dispute system design, the courts, and empirical legal studies.
Juan Manuel Lobo Niembro, General Director at Alinea Center for Mediation and Dispute Resolution, S.C.