The session is structured in four parts:
Part 1: The issue under dispute is presented and students from ESADE Law School enact a simulated courtroom hearing before a judge. The facts of the case and the petitions submitted by the parties are presented. The judge ultimately orders the case to mediation.
Part 2: Students from ESADE Law School enact a mediation session. This demonstration serves as an example of how you can solve conflicts through dialogue.
Part 3: Working in groups with the help of ESADE Law School faculty and students, you prepare part of the mediation process.
Part 4: You demonstrate your knack for mediation by presenting your part of the defence in front of the other groups.