The CMAP, an association under the law of 1901 created by the Paris Chamber of Commerce and Industry in 1995, has been collaborating since its creation with universities, business schools, engineering schools, prestigious schools and law schools.
Because we believe that the development of mediation and arbitration requires a shift in mentalities, a change from the culture of litigation to the culture of consensus, the future generations of lawyers, business leaders, engineers, notaries, etc. must be made aware of the new conflict management tools.
To this end, CMAP mediators and arbitrators regularly speak to future users and/or prescribers of alternative dispute resolution methods.
In law universities and masters specialising in mediation and arbitration, in bar schools in Paris and the regions, in business schools (HEC, ESCP, ISC, etc.) at the Ecole Centrale, at Sciences Po Paris.
Do not hesitate to contact us to find out more or if you would like us to speak at your school.
For all future students of law, business leaders and lawyers, the CMAP offers two annual opportunities to be confronted with the practice of mediation and arbitration!
If you are interested in alternative dispute resolution methods, take part in simulated processes with professionals from the legal, economic and judicial worlds.
Do not hesitate to contact us for any question about these events:
– by phone : 01 44 95 11 40
– or by email : email@example.com
Each year, more than a hundred students compete in a series of simulated mediations, in which they play the role of mediator. The students are judged by professionals: two representatives of the business world, lawyers, magistrates, accountants playing the parties in conflict; and a third professional, a CMAP mediator, observing the process.
For more information and to register, please visit our website page dedicated to this competition or send us an email.
Every year, this event, which takes place at the University of Montpellier, is an opportunity to promote the learning and development of commercial dispute resolution through arbitration. . It brings together a wide range of French and international French-speaking students and renowned academics as well as the best arbitration practitioners who serve as members of the jury. During the arbitration week, each team pleads before mock arbitration tribunals against teams from other universities.
To find out more and to register, please visit the competition page or send us an email.
The CMAP offers students the opportunity to join its teams for a few months to get acquainted with alternative dispute resolution methods.
To apply, please send an email to Bérangère Clady with
Do not forget to specify for which period you would like to do your internship.