Canada’s largest, most prestigious and most important ADR event™
ADRIC 2016 National Conference
October 13 & 14, 2016
October 15, 2016
2 Extraordinary Events in Toronto!
CPD accreditations pending from all Law Societies across Canada.
ADR: REFLECTIONS AND INNOVATIONS
Canada’s largest, most prestigious and most important ADR event™!
October 13 & 14, 2016
Ritz-Carlton, 181 Wellington St W
The ADR Institute of Canada’s AGM & Annual National Conference is Canada’s largest, most prestigious and most important ADR event; every major firm and company with an interest in reaching those in the field will want to be associated.
With CCCA’s input and stimulating sessions for corporate counsel and experts speaking on important issues for ADR professionals and users of ADR services, this conference will appeal to a broad audience.
This year’s conference is like no other:
Two full days of 75- and 90-minute sessions on commercial arbitration and mediation, international arbitration, numerous mediation topics, as well as family, workplace, special interest, the return of ADRIC TALKS and a half-day Community / Restorative Justice Workshop!
Enjoy exceptional Luncheon Keynote Speakers, improved networking opportunities with lengthened breaks and the Cocktail Reception, special industry exhibitors, CPD points accreditation and the luxurious hospitality of the Ritz-Carlton.
ADRIC Members Non-Members CCCA Members – now very special rates
Please note: If you are a speaker or sponsored guest, you will receive separate registration instructions at a later date.
Keynote Speakers include:
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For October 15 – Choose from two exceptional post-conference events:
ARBITRATION WORKSHOP POSTPONED UNTIL 2017
Chaired by William G. Horton C.Arb, FCIArb, with some of Canada’s most renowned arbitrators. including: Edward J. Babin, J. Brian Casey, Mary Comeau, Bryan C. Duguid, Gerald Ghikas, and P. David McCutcheon.
Commercial arbitration in Canada has many unique features that are often overlooked in programs that focus more heavily on international arbitration and arbitration institutions. The predominantly ad hoc nature of Canadian arbitration creates many opportunities for flexible and creative approaches to arbitration procedure. However, lawyers and arbitrators must be familiar with the available choices, tradeoffs and limitations in order to meet the expectation that arbitration will in fact provide more efficient and cost effective processes.
Held in partnership with the ADR Institute of Canada, this full day program aims to facilitate the development of 21st century commercial and civil dispute resolution tools, at domestic, regional and international levels. The GPC is a unique series of thought leadership events taking place in cities around the globe, with the aim to shape the future of dispute resolution and access to justice around the world. These conferences will provoke debate on existing tools and techniques, stimulate new ideas and generate actionable data on what corporate and individual dispute resolution users actually need and want, both locally and globally. The results of this global project will have far reaching impact on policy and on new trade agreements. This is your opportunity to have a voice in how policies are developed and to play a role in shaping the future of alternative dispute resolution. To learn more, watch this video.
Separate registration required for the GPC.
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