ALSA International Mediation Competition (AIMC)
This competition is held by ALSA Malaysia in collaboration with ALSA International. The IMC incites and disseminates the use of mediation among younger generations of professionals with a mind-set of resolving disputes effectively. The focus of this competition is international commercial law.
This competition is conducted by Asian Law Students’ Association (ALSA) Malaysia:
- Teams of 2 – 4
- If you are seeking for a partner, please contact the comps team and we will try to match you up with someone!
- Preparation level – High
- Business Attire required!
- Please make sure you are free during all the dates provided above
All rounds of the IMC will be conducted from 16th – 18th October 2020 during the Trimester 2 exam period. The IMC consists of two Preliminary Rounds, a Quarter Final, a Semi Final and a Final Round.
Each team will consist of 2 – 4 undergraduate law students and will compete at least once per round during the Preliminary Rounds.
A Mediation Session will consist of the Mediator and two teams, with two team members (Client and Counsel) on each side representing the Requesting Party and the Responding Party.
The questions can be found on the ALSA Malaysia’s website https://alsamalaysia.com/mediation-problems/.
Check out the Asian Law Student Society’s page:
If your application to compete is successful, you will be representing Deakin Law Students’ Society Geelong or Deakin Law Students’ Society
To express your interest please fill in the respective forms
Geelong and Cloud: https://forms.gle/Z8dV5Fo4KPMYafBo9
Since this competition is conducted by ALSA, the Deakin Law Students’ Society Geelong is only allowed to send one team to compete on behalf of the society. We would like you to provide a word document (300-word limit) expressing your interest and your mediation experience. This can all be submitted in the registration link provided below.
If you have any questions, please contact:
Daphne at email@example.com (Geelong and Cloud students)