Advanced Diploma in Mediation at King’s Inns

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The next Advanced Diploma in Mediation at King’s Inns is running from May 2023.

This Advanced Diploma will equip participants with the practical skills required to act as a mediator in a range of circumstances.

The course objectives are to enable participants to:

  1. Distinguish between different styles of, and contexts for, mediation while also knowing when a dispute is suitable for mediation;
  2. Apply the process phases of mediation in practice;
  3. Learn and exercise appropriate communication skills in mediation;
  4. Describe and apply conflict theory to the practice of mediation;
  5. Know the foundation concepts of mediation and contrast same with other ADR mechanisms;
  6. Explain and apply the Mediation Act, 2017 and other relevant sources of law; and –
  7. Recognise and respond to ethical issues in mediation.

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Advanced Diploma in Mediation at King’s Inns

This course attracts lawyers as well as non–legal professionals. Whether you would like to be equipped to mediate a formal legal dispute, or a dispute between work colleagues, members or volunteers of a club, society or other body, this course will provide you with the skills and knowledge necessary to mediate.

Having a diverse group of professionals studying this course together allows participants to learn from each other, especially during tutorials and Q&A sessions.

About King’s Inns

Based between Henrietta Street and Constitution Hill in Dublin 1, King’s Inns is an independent educational institution renowned for professional legal education and training. It is Ireland’s oldest School of Law and one of Ireland’s significant historical environments.

As well as educating future and qualified barristers, the School extends its reach to a diverse community of people from legal and non–legal backgrounds offering accessible part-time courses in specialist areas of the law. With courses taught by expert law practitioners, King’s Inns students include leaders, advocates, innovators, and game-changers, from industries across Ireland and abroad. The School excels in promoting the use of the Irish language in the law.

In all it does, King’s Inns aims to be effective, dynamic and modern in practice, while cherishing and integrating many of the traditions from the time of its establishment in the 16th century.

Steven Galvin

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