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Formación en Derecho Colaborativo

“Negotiation and efficient conflict management” promoted by the University of Deusto Law Faculty, aims to train participants in the skills required for professional negotiation, strategic planning and management of emotional problems.  

Application and practice of Collaborative Law are based on the idea that the best results are achieved through simultaneous use of persuasion and collaboration without allowing the negotiation to have a negative impact on the other party. 
 
 

Two sessions

The course will be held on two days: 

  • Thursday, 1 october, from 4 to 8 pm.

Friday, 2 october, from 9 am to 2 pm.

1. Concept Review:
2. Deepening conceptual : Interest cornerstone of trading. To understand and identify practices .
3. Roleplay : Exercise trading in own business. Planning, development and comments.
4. The negotiator and advisor part ( intervention in the affairs of clients)

Practical aspects . How to offer service strategic negotiation .
Training exercises in active listening , communication and role changes .

5. Roleplay : Exercises trading in client matters . Planifiaci , development and comments.

 
Carmen Azcunaga Lucas, leader of the course, is PhD in Law, an attorney, member of ADCE and lecturer at the University of Deusto. 
 
Lecturers: 
  • Ana Armesto Campo, attorney, arbitrator, mediator, coach and ADCE member.
  • Christian Lamm, attorney, mediator, coach and ADCE member.
 
Course fees:  
 
  •  169,40€ euros for Basque Collaborative Law Association (ACDE) members.
  • 240€ for non members
  • Professionals and Law Faculty Alumni Association-Deusto Alumni 216€

 

Collaborative Law

Collaborative Law is an alternative conflict resolution method. This innovative friendly approach is, above all, a new way of understanding legal defence and justice from the perspective of certain values and principles. 
 
The process centres on the needs and interests of the parties involved, which are often unknown to them. It focuses on separating the person from the problem, managing emotions and relationships between the parties as they become participants in searching for and adopting a truly satisfactory agreed solution.
 
It consists of team negotiation between attorneys, their clients and other professionals (notaries, economic advisors, labour relations specialists, psychologists, psychiatrists, teachers, coaches, therapists…) who can work together to reach a long-term agreement through creative solutions based on respect, transparency, equity and confidentiality. 
The search for satisfactory solutions requires maximum transparency and exchange of relevant information.

The parties must therefore respect the confidentiality of the process. 
 
Collaborative attorneys taking part in these processes agree not to represent their clients in future legal disputes in the event that no satisfactory agreement is reached.