International Parental Child Abduction and Mediation in a Globalized World



The Gould Center for Conflict Resolution at Stanford Law School, the Center for Latin America Studies at Stanford University and the Legal Research Institute at Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico (UNAM) cordially invite you to a one day international symposium: "Parental Child Abduction and Mediation in a Globalized World: What is Happening Between the United States and Mexico?" with the leading figures in the field; academics, practitioners, judges, and U.S. and Mexican government representatives. 

INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM
International Parental Child Abduction and Mediation in a Globalized World:
What is Happening Between the United States and Mexico?

Tuesday, April 10


8:30-9:00Breakfast
9:00-9:15Welcome
-Janet Martinez, Stanford Law School
-Nuria Gonzalez-Martin, UNAM, Mexico City
-Judge Daniel Weinstein (retired)
First Session (Moderator: Janet Martinez, SLS)
9:15-9:45“The Hague Convention of 25 October 1980 on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction”
-Hans Van Loon, Former Secretary General of The Hague Conference on Private International Law
9:45-10:15“Good Practices: The Legal Framework for Mediation under the Hague Abduction Convention”
-Ann Laquer Estin, Aliber Family Chair in Law, University of Iowa College of Law
10:15-10:45“International Parental Child Abduction and International Family Mediation: United States-Mexico”
-Nuria Gonzalez-Martin, Senior Researcher at IIJ-Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico and Visiting Fellow Gould Center at Stanford Law School
10:45-11:00Coffee Break
Second Session (Moderator: Itay Ravid, J.S.D Candidate SLS)
11:00-11:30“Take Action: Tips to Prevent an International Parental Child Abduction from Occurring”
-Elena Corona, Division Chief, Office of Children´s Issues, U.S. Department of State
11:30-12:00“United States-Mexico Coordination and Collaboration for Cases under The Hague Abduction Convention”
-Fabiana Villamor, Branch Chief, Office of Children´s Issues, U.S. Department of State
12:00-12:30“Mexican Experience in Cases of International Child Abduction: Judicial Process vs Mediation”
-Claudia Sierra, Mexican Foreign Affairs Ministry
12:30-1:15Lunch
Third Session (Moderator: Elaine Tumonis, Deputy Attorney General, CA Office of the Attorney General)
1:15-2:00“California Cases and the Practical Aspects of Mediation”
-Bridget Billeter, Deputy Attorney General, California Office of the Attorney General
-Anthony Da Silva, Deputy Attorney General, California Office of the Attorney General
2:00: 2:30“How International Family Mediation can Contribute: Practical Issues”
-The Honorable Ramona A. Gonzalez, President Judge, La Crosse County Circuit Court, La Crosse, Wisconsin
2:30-3:00“Mandatory Mediation: a Desired Paradox?”
-Fernando Navarro-Sanchez,Mediator and Practice Development Manager for Latin America, JAMS
3:00-3:15 Coffee Break
Fourth Session (Moderator: Nuria Gonzalez-Martin, UNAM and SLS)
3:15-3:45“Creating a Global Network for International Family Mediation”
-Melissa A. Kucinski, Attorney and Mediator. MK Family Law, PLLC
3:45-4:15“Online Dispute Resolution and Cross-Border Family Disputes”
-Colin Rule, Vice-President, Online Dispute Resolution, Tyler Technologies
4:15-5:00“International Mediation Through System Design Lens”
-Janet Martinez, Director Martin Gould Center for Conflict Resolution at Stanford Law School
-Sheila R. Purcell, Clinical Professor of Law, Director of the Center for Negotiation and Dispute Resolution, UC Hastings College of the Law
5:30 pmReception

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