Online Dispute Resolution Conference Videos
by Alberto Elisavetsky
An International Conference on Online Dispute Resolution, ODR2014, brought together the technology and dispute resolution communities, legal practitioners, mediators and other ADR professionals, academic researchers, financial institutions, ecommerce companies and social media companies, members of judiciaries worldwide, and social justice advocates using innovative technologies to leverage change. ODR2014 is the thirteenth ODR Forum and the first to be held in the United States.
View the entire video, as well as other thoughts from the ODR2014 Conference, here.
Dr. Alberto Elisavetsky is the Founder and Director of Online Dispute Resolution Latin-American, the Director of Social Conflict Observatory, National University of Tres de Febrero Buenos Aires Argentina, the Chairman of e-MARC Alternative Dispute Resolution Worldwide Online Spanish Congress, the scientific committee member of the Master in Conflict Resolution University Degli Studi Di Padova Italy, the Co-Director of “School mediation program” University of Las Palmas of the Gran Canaria Spain, the Founder and CEO of “Simediar” - an online mediation simulation project , and the Cyber ??week coordinator of the Spanish, Italian, and Portuguese chapters.
Dr. Alberto Elisavetsky is the Founder & Director of Online Dispute Resolution Latinoamerica (odrla), Director of the Conflict Observatory of the National University Tres de Febrero - Argentina, Member of the Center for New Technologies Applied to Dispute Resolution in the United States. (NCTDR), Executive President of e-MARC World Remote Congress in Spanish on Appropriate Methods of Conflict Resolution, Member of the Scientific & Computer Committee of the Master in Conflict Resolution of the Degli Studi Di Padova Italy, Co-Director of the Mediation Program in the Educational Field University of Las Palmas de la Gran Canaria, General Director of Virtual Events, interactive distance education services, Creator & Technological Director Simediar, simulation project of distance mediations,
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