Australian law students compete in vienna

Many congratulations to the sensational students from UNSW. Generous-spirited and collaborative. Wonderful mediation skills. The skills they demonstrated in their semi-final filled me with pride - such a privilege to be their coach!


Rosemary Howell is delighted to be reappointed to both the Rules Committee of the ICC International Commercial Mediation Competition and the Working group of the CDRC Vienna Mediation Competition.

The six-day ICC International Commercial Mediation Competition runs in February each year and see over 60 university teams from 33 countries competing for international mediation success.

The CDRC Vienna Mediation Competition is an innovative competition which follows the Vis Arbitration Moot and is the first competition to give students an opportunity to recognise the value of hybrid processes in Dispute Resolution.



The sixth edition of Who’s Who Legal: Mediation has just been released and features over 300 practitioners from 273 firms across 52 countries, who have been selected as leaders in the field.

Practitioners are selected on the basis of client and peer nomination and review rather than on the basis of paid advertising.

Rosemary has appeared in this publication since 2013 and is proud to be one of only 14 Australian practitioners to have been recognised this year.



Congratulations Alan for winning the prize for best problem in the preliminary rounds at the 9th ICC international commercial Mediation Competition in Paris February 2014.


Dr. rosemary howell was quoted in january 2014 Human Resources Director magazine.
the article is titled "War at Work".  see below.

the dispute group launch