La justice participative: de la théorie à la pratique, sommes-nous prêts?

The Bar of Montreal – CAIJ Activity
Training by a recognized provider for the purposes of mandatory continuing education – 4 h 30

November 09 2016, from 08:30 to 16:00

Location: 
Club Saint-James (1145, Union Street, Montreal)
Montreal, QC


The Bar of Montreal – CAIJ activity, organised by the Round Table on Participative Justice Committee.

  Deadline for cancellations with reimbursement: November 3, 2016                             



Once again, the organizing committee for the Round Table on Participative Justice has prepared a very interesting day-long program of talks and workshops. There’s something for everyone, whether you know just a little about participative justice, or a lot.

A day you won’t want to miss!

Schedule for the day (Breakfast and lunch included)

8 a.m. Arrival of participants and breakfast
8:30 a.m. Word of welcome and follow-up presentation
A portrait of participative justice — Sport Dispute Resolution Centre of Canada
Presentation by Marie-Claude Asselin, Chief Executive Officer
11:30 a.m. From theory to practice – are we ready for participative justice? 
12:30 p.m. Lunch
2 p.m. Talk and workshop Communication and conflict: Seeing and acting beyond the dispute
Presentation by Sarah-Jane Turcot
4 p.m.
 
Review of the day and conclusion
 
   

SPEAKERS

A portrait of participative justice: Sport Dispute Resolution Centre of Canada
Marie-Claude Asselin, Chief Executive Officer

Marie-Claude Asselin, Chief Executive Officer of the Sport Dispute Resolution Centre of Canada (SDRCC) since April 2007, has taught undergraduate courses in sociology of sport, led workshops and given numerous presentations at symposia and conferences in Canada, the U.S., Australia, Europe and Africa.

A trainer and an official in several sports, Ms. Asselin also volunteers as a member of the Board of Directors of the organization Excellence sportive de l’île de Montréal and a leader of the Comité pour le développement des officiels of SportsQuébec. Her involvement in the sports community led to her being named one of the Most Influential Women in Sport and Physical Activity in Canada in 2009.

She will present the SDRCC, which has become a completely virtual and paperless arbitration tribunal under her direction. The tribunal is known as an innovator in its use of mediation as a method of settling sport disputes.

Communication and conflict: Seeing and acting beyond the dispute
Sarah-Jane Turcot, Psychosociologist and accredited mediator (IMAQ)

Ms. Turcot combines a Master of Laws specializing in dispute prevention and settlement with her initial training in psychosociology and communication. In addition to acting as a mediator, she teaches conflict management from a communication perspective at the Université de Sherbrooke, HEC Montréal and Polytechnique Montréal.

She specializes in interventions in an organizational setting as well as communication and psychosociological issues in labour disputes.

Accredited by the Institut de Médiation et d’Arbitrage du Québec (IMAQ), Ms. Turcot has trained many teams and managers in preventing and resolving conflict in the workplace. As part of the day’s activities, her talk and workshop Communication and conflict: Seeing and acting beyond the dispute will delve into theoretical and practical aspects of communication that everyone should use.

MODERATOR

Mtre Miville Tremblay

Mtre Miville Tremblay, the moderator of the Round Table on Participative Justice for a number of years, a great champion of participative justice, and a member of the organizing committee for the Round Table, is well known for his communication skills and his ability to rally people and motivate them.

Since January 2004, Mtre Tremblay’s practice has focused exclusively on dispute settlement, and he has acted as a negotiator, mediator, collaborative lawyer, arbitrator, mediator/arbitrator, dispute settlement consultant, trainer, leader and speaker.

*Training by a recognized provider for the purposes of mandatory continuing education – 4 h 30.
An attestation of attendance will be emailed after the activity.

 

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