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    Cyberweek es la conferencia virtual anual sobre Online Dispute Resolution. Cyberweek produce una gran cantidad de actividades y diálogos enfocados en temáticas de ODR -las intersecciones entre tecnología y las áreas de negociación, manejo del conflicto, mediación y diseño de sistemas de disputas.

    Cyberweek es el foro perfecto para practicantes, estudiantes, y observadores casuales interesados en la integración de la tenología en el proceso de resolución de  conflictos

    Cyberweek es alojada por la Creighton University’s Werner Institute, en www.ADRHub.com.  El Werner Institute es un lider innovador en el uso de tecnologías para la resolución de conflictos. Entre los socios de la organización de Cyberweek se incluyen:  National Center for Technology and Dispute Resolution,  Internet Bar Organization, ODR LatinoAmerica and many more…

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    Alberto Elisavetsky

    Dr. 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… MORE >

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