Is a mediator, moderator, academic teacher and social skills coach, appointed as the Ombudsman of the University of Warsaw. She graduated from the Faculty of Law and Administration and the Faculty of Psychology at the University of Warsaw. She specializes in the field of conflict resolution, interpersonal communication and group dynamics. She mediates and facilitates agreements in civil, family, commercial, and labor disputes. She also conducts mediations in social and organizational disputes and moderates discussions and debates.
As a trainer, she conducts trainings and workshops in the area of conflict management and resolution, interpersonal communication, mediations and negotiations. Her expertise includes facilitating discussions and debates and dealing with multiparty community conflicts. In this area she cooperates with local governments, including that of the City of Warsaw designing, organizing and conducting social consultations.
graduate of the Faculty of Law and Administration at Warsaw University and the Center for American Studies at University of Warsaw. Practicing mediator since 2005, specializing in solving social conflicts and moderating multilateral meetings. Project coordinator and trainer communication skills and conflict resolution. Associated with Centre for Dispute Resolution at University of Warsaw since 2006. Author of articles and co-author of books and conference presentations on mediation, in particular the resolution of conflicts in the academic environment. Graduate programs of The School for Leaders: Leaders of the sixth edition of the Polish-American Freedom Foundation and the Innovation Lab Leadership and the School of Moderators. Founder & member of the board of the Foundation of Good Solutions; associate Council for the Alternative Methods of Disputes and Conflicts Resolution at the Ministry of Justice, term I and II.Languages: polish, english
Assistant Professor at the Department of Social Pedagogy Institute of Education of the University of Wroclaw. Research interests invests around social relationships, help processes and social support, social influence in a democratic society, conflict resolutions and strategies to deal with them. She is registered of mediator in collective disputes between employers and trade unions at the list maintained by the Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs. She is also mediator in criminal and commercial disputes.
Graduate of the Faculty of Law and Administration at the University of Warsaw. She received her Ph.D.and habilitation degrees at the University of Warsaw and her master degree (LL.M) at the University of Florida Levin College of Law. She has served as Director of the Center for American Law Studies since 1998. She is also director of Mediation Clinic and postgraduate program in negotiation, mediation and other ADR at the University of Warsaw. She is mediator in civil, commercial and academic disputes and has been trained as a mediator in Florida, Georgia and Poland. She was involved in many mediation related initiatives in Poland including former president and member of the Civic Council for ADR at the Ministry of Justice, an expert advising to the Civil Law Codification Commission and to the Ministry of Economy on the reform of civil procedure law with respect to business dispute resolution. She is co-founder and executive co-director of the Center for Conflict and Dispute Resolutions at the University of Warsaw. She is the author of the books: "Mediation in the American Legal System"(2007) and "Role of Lawyers in ADR" (2015), editor and co-author of the book: "Theory and Practice of Mediation" (2009 and 2014) and has published many articles and book chapters related to mediation and negotiation topics.
He graduated from the Faculty of Law and Administration at the University of Warsaw (WPiA UW) and the Center for American Law Studies at WPiA UW which is a joint initiative of the Faculty of Law at the Florida State University and WPiA UW. He is completing a degree in social psychology, specializing in the economic psychology and psychology of undertaking risky decisions at the SWPS University in Warsaw. He completed legal adviser trainee at the Circuit Chamber of Legal Advisers in Warsaw. He represented WPiA UW in the International commercial mediation competition organized by the International Chamber of Commerce in Paris.
He is a permanent court mediator inscribed on the list maintained by the President of the Circuit Court in Warsaw and the President of the Circuit Court Warsaw-Prag in Warsaw. He conducted so far more than 250 judicial and contractual mediations. He mediates cases in the area of family law, civil law, criminal law, labor and social insurance law as well as commercial law.
Graduate of the Faculty of Law and Administration of Cardinal S. Wyszyński University. She is legal counselor, mediator, moderator and trainer. She specializes in civil, family and business cases.
She is particularly interested in a development of a mediation in administration cases. Monika has been interested in a mediation since 2006, and since 2010 she is a mediator. She is a one of founding members of the Mediators Club, the first in Poland the platform of information and integration between mediators from various centers.
Mediator, moderator, trainer, conflict resolution specialist. Expert in organizational, labour, commertial and community disputes. She combines the experience of an outside consultant with inside knowledge of the realities and culture within a company - for eight years worked as an internal trainer and project manager at the HR department of one of the high-tech company. Founder and owner of Markert Mediacje since 2007, partner in Konsultacje Społeczne. Expert in the Roster of Mediators at Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe. Graduated in Psychology at Warsaw University.
PH.D., graduate of Faculty Law and Administration of University of Warsaw, attorney- in- law. He is a part-time adjunct professor at the Faculty of Law and Administration of University of Warsaw. He is mediator in civil and commercial disputes and an executive board member of the Foundation Center for Dispute and Conflict Resolution. He served as a member of the ADR Council at the Poland’s Ministry of Justice, an expert advising to the Civil Law Codification Commission, and to the Ministry of Economy on the reform of civil procedure law with respect to business dispute resolution. He is a partner at K&L Gates LLP where his primary practices are international arbitration (both commercial and investment) and construction laws. He is individually recommended in Chambers, Legal 500 and Best Lawyers, in arbitration / dispute resolution as well as in construction / real estate rankings.
graduate of the Faculty of Law and Administration of Warsaw University and training for prosecutors. Mediator in criminal cases in the Center for Conflict and Dispute Resolution since 2009. She have taught criminal mediation at the postgraduate studies of Negotiation, Mediation and other ADR and in the Mediation Clinic at Faculty of Law and Administration and conducted several workshops on mediation, conflict resolution and communication skills for the University of Warsaw students. She is an author of the chapter on Criminal mediation and coauthor of the chapter Role of Mediator in: Mediation. Theory and practice (Its ed. 2009, II ed. 2014).
Katarzyna Tchórzewska- graduate of the Faculty of Law and Administration and the Institute of Applied Social Sciences at the University of Warsaw.
She is mediator, trainer and the coordinator of the Center for Disputes and Conflict Resolution at the Faculty of Law and Administration at the University of Warsaw. She specializes in criminal, business and civil mediation.
As a trainer, she conducts courses and workshops for students in the area of conflict resolution and interpersonal communication.
Aleksandra Winiarska - works at the Institute of Applied Social Sciences, University of Warsaw. Holds a PhD in sociology. She specialises in conflict resolution, public participation processes and intercultural relations. She has been a mediator at the Centre for Conflict and Dispute Resolution since its beginning.
Strona internetowa CRSiK została sfinansowana ze środków projektu: Wspomaganie dialogu obywatelskiego w warunkach konfliktu lokalnego, realizowanego pod numerem E2/1991 w ramach programu Obywatele dla Demokracji, prowadzonego przez Fundację im. Stefana Batorego we współpracy z Polską Fundacją Dzieci i Młodzieży, a finansowanego ze środków Mechanizmu Finansowego Europejskiego Obszaru Gospodarczego (tzw. Funduszy EOG).