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Partners

The Consortium created to ensure the development of the ECODIR project is based on the multidisciplinary experience and expertise of the partners.

 

The CRID (Centre de Recherches Informatique et Droit/Centre for Computer and Law Research), Faculty of Law, Facultés Universitaires Notre-Dame de la Paix in Belgium.

CRID acts as ECODIR project leader and ensures its legal evaluation.

http://www.droit.fundp.ac.be/crid/default.htm

 

 

 

The Faculty of Law, University College Dublin (UCD), Ireland.

The Faculty of Law at UCD is responsible for the management of the ECODIR pilot project and hosting the ECODIR Secretariat.

The Faculty has received financial support for the project from the Irish Department of Enterprise, Trade and Employment.

The Faculty has also received assistance from AIDL (Arbitration of International Disputes Ltd.), Dublin, Ireland, an Irish Company whose membership comprises the Irish Branch of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, The Law Society of Ireland, the Bar Council of Ireland, and The Institute of Chartered Accountants in Ireland.

http://www.ucd.ie/law

 

The CECOJI (Centre d’Études sur la Coopération Juridique Internationale/Centre for International Legal Cooperation Studies, from the CNRS in France.

CECOJI is the leader of the socio-organisational, institutional and economical evaluation of the ECODIR project.
http://www.ivry.cnrs.fr

 

The CRDP (Centre de Recherche en Droit Public/Public Law Research Centre), Faculty of Law of the University of Montreal in Canada.

CRDP is the leader of the technical evaluation of the ECODIR project.

http://www.crdp.umontreal.ca

 

The CEDIB (Centre d'estudis de Dret i Informàtica de Balears/Centre of Law and Computer Studies of the Balearic Islands) Balearic Islands University in Spain.

CEDIB participates in the legal evaluation of the ECODIR project.

http://www.uib.es/depart/dpr/ingles/cedibang.htm

 

The CITA, (Cellule Interfacultaire de Technology Assessment/Technology Assessment Research Unit) Institut d’Informatique, Facultés Universitaires Notre-Dame de la Paix in Belgium.

CITA participates in the socio-organisational, institutional and economical evaluation of the ECODIR project.

http://www.info.fundp.ac.be/~cita/

 

The CMAP (Centre de Médiation et d'Arbitrage de Paris/Paris Center for Mediation and Arbitration) in France.

CMAP participates in the socio-organisational, institutional and economical evaluation of the ECODIR project.


http://www.cmap.asso.fr

 

The ITM (Institut für Informations-, Telekommunikations- und Medienrecht/Institute of Information-, Telecommunication-, Medialaw), University of Muenster in Germany.

ITM participates in the legal evaluation of the ECODIR project.

http://www.uni-muenster.de/Jura.itm/hoeren/

 

Globalsign, a Belgian private company providing trust services and offering online services for the creation and management of digital certificates for signed/sealed e-mail messaging.

Globalsign participates in the legal and technical evaluation of the ECODIR project.

http://www.globalsign.com

 

OnlineResolution, a private American company providing online dispute resolution services.

Onlineresolution participates in the socio-organisational, institutional and economical evaluation of the ECODIR project.


http://www.onlineresolution.com

 

Credits


eResolution
, was until 2002, a private Canadian company providing online dispute resolution services and solutions.

eResolution designed and developed the ECODIR dispute resolution platform.

The platform is now used with the kind permission of National Arbitration Forum.

http://www.arb-forum.org

 

   

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