Workshop: Mediating the Vis Case 2024


During your 6 months work on the Vis Problem have you ever asked yourself whether it would not have been better for the Parties to try to settle their dispute? Perhaps in a mediation? What might have prevented them from doing so? And how would they have to prepare for such a mediation?

The DIS gives you the unique opportunity to find the answer to that questions in a two day work­shop. In short: The perfect round up for your Vis experience.

Workshop: Mediating the Vis Case 2024

Date: Friday/Saturday, 26/27 April 2024, 10.00 am to 5.00 pm
Venue: German Arbitration Institute (DIS), Bonn Office, Marienforster Str. 52, 53177 Bonn
Participants: Students participating as team members in the 31th Willem C. Vis Moot

For further information about the workshop leaders and the schedule, please refer to the agenda.


This workshop is designed for up to 20 students. It is a prerequisite that applicants have participated as a team member or a coach in the 31. Willem C. Vis Moot but will not participate as a team member or a coach in this year's CDRC Competition. Both individual applications and applications by teams of up to four students are welcome. Allocation of places will be on a first come first served basis.


The prerequisites that applicants should fulfil and all information about the application process can be found in the invitation.

The event and meals are free of charge, but the travel and accommodation costs are not included and are at own cost. By registering you accept the DIS General Terms and Conditions for Conferences and Workshops.

Once the maximum number of participants has registered, we will start a waiting list.

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