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Nadja Alexander

Nadja Alexander

International Conflict Resolution Specialist
Germany

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Nadja Alexander is an award winning author and educator (2011, 2007, 1997) and a conflict intervention professional. She holds professorial appointments Australia and the United States and has taught mediation at universities and in corporate settings all over the world.

Nadja is an independent adviser on mediation policy to national governments and international bodies, such as the World Bank Group. She has been engaged in the field of conflict resolution in more than 30 countries and is a sought-after commentator on the international circuit.

Nadja sits on the international mediation panels of Singapore, Hong Kong and Australia. She is listed in the International Who’s Who of Commercial Mediation and practices in the English and German languages.

Nadja has published more than 10 books and 100 papers on conflict resolution and her work has appeared in the English, German, Russian, French, Arabic and Chinese languages. Nadja is editor of the international book series, Global Trends in Dispute Resolution and co-editor of Tán Pàn the Chinese-English Journal on Negotiation and the Kluwer Mediation Blog. Her major legal work, International Comparative Mediation: Legal Perspectives, won the CPR Award for Outstanding ADR book (New York 2011).

As a recognised thought leader in dispute resolution, Prof. Alexander plays an international leadership role through her research and writing and its application to practice, law and policy making. For example, her research has been used in the preparation of arguments before the Canadian Supreme Court, international arbitral awards, and mediation legislation in more than eight jurisdictions. In 2015 Nadja was awarded a Fellowship at the Max Planck Institute of Foreign and Comparative Law in Hamburg, Germany, to research issues related to the enforceability of international mediated settlement agreements

Experience

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  • Co Founder, REAL Conflict Coaching System at Conflict Coaching International

    From Dec, 2010 to Present