Monash Law students’ success at ICC Mediation Competition

10 March 2016

A team of Monash Law School students and their coaches have come third at the 11th International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) Mediation Competition in Paris, France.

Pictured (left to right): Anne Sutherland-Kelly (coach), Stephanie McCulloch (student), David Tai (student), Natalie Rae (student), Eleanor Downie (student), Peter Singer (coach) (Photo: Monash University)

The competition involves students applying their negotiation and collaborative skills to complex commercial problems in order to advance their interests and move towards a mutually beneficial settlement, with the assistance of a mediator.
The four Monash law students were among the 500 participants competing on behalf of 80 universities from more than 40 countries. The Monash team performed outstandingly, proudly taking the third prize trophy.
Monash law students have the opportunity to compete in a variety of international mooting and advocacy competitions every year, regularly winning awards. Participation in competitions is a rewarding experience and students can receive credit towards their law studies.

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Program: Juris Doctor (JD)
Location: Melbourne, Victoria
Duration: 3 years (accelerated option: a minimum of 2.5 years)
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