collaborative law

French translation: règlement extrajudiciaire des conflits

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English term or phrase:collaborative law
French translation:règlement extrajudiciaire des conflits
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22:06 Aug 13, 2001
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English term or phrase: collaborative law
Some participants felt that improved training and regulation of service providers and others involved in the divorce process (such as judges and lawyers) would improve existing services. For example, they felt that these individuals should have:
- Training in issues of violence, human rights and cultural identity
- Training in collaborative law (which is used in many parts of Ontario).

Thank you for your ideas!

Cecile
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bis!
Explanation:
Si vous acceptez que c’est un synonyme de « alternative dispute resolution », (viz., arbitration, mediation), alors le GDT donne :

alternative dispute resolution règlement extrajudiciaire de conflits n. m.Syn.règlement extrajudiciaire des conflits n. m. règlement extrajudiciaire de différends n. m.

alternative dispute resolution processVariante(s) orthographique(s).ADR mode amiable de règlement des litiges n. m. Terme normalisé par l'Office de la langue françaiseSyn.mode non judiciaire de règlement des litiges n. m. Terme recommandé par l'Office de la langue françaiseTerme(s) à éviter.alternative à l'adjudication

Déf. :Mode de solution des litiges dans lequel les parties cherchent à s'entendre, avec ou sans l'aide d'un tiers, sur la solution de leur différend ou désignent d'un commun accord un tiers pour le trancher.
Note :Les principaux modes amiables de règlement des litiges sont la conciliation, la médiation, la transaction (qu'on appelle souvent dans la langue courante « règlement à l'amiable ») et même l'arbitrage. Ce dernier n'est pas un mode judiciaire de solution des litiges, mais demeure un mode juridictionnel, puisqu'en ce cas la solution résulte de l'application de la loi et non de la volonté des parties. Si conciliation et médiation sont deux modes parallèles de solution des litiges, la transaction peut constituer l'aboutissement de l'un ou l'autre de ceux-ci. Éviter l'anglicisme « alternative à l'adjudication » e



http://www.collaborativelaw.org/

(Although for family law matters, the same idea can be extracted and applied)

The purpose of the Collaborative Law Institute is to create and practice collaborative non-adversarial strategies to help clients in family law matters achieve agreement in a dignified and respectful manner

http://www.collaborativelaw.com/
Representation Without Litigation : collaborative law provides clients and their lawyers with a new, formal and strictly non-adversarial approach to resolving legal disputes. It encourages mature, cooperative and non-combative behavior, as the parties contract to eliminate litigation as an option. Our trained participants use collaborative techniques to help parties reach settlement in family, employment and other civil matters. Lawyer's Weekly has called it "A Revolution in Divorce Law."
Why Collaborative Law? : collaborative law provides healthier, less costly ways of resolving disputes.
The goal or purpose of collaborative law is to offer lawyers and their clients a structured, non-adversarial alternative to an increasingly adversarial system of dispute resolution.
It guarantees consumers of legal services high quality, skilled legal counsel to assist in the evaluation and resolution of a problem, without litigation
http://www.collaborativelawsf.com/

In Collaborative Law, the parties to a family dispute and their attorneys agree to resolve the dispute without going to court. The attorneys assist the parties in resolving their own conflict through cooperative strategies rather than adversarial techniques and litigation. Early non-adversarial participation by the attorneys allows them to use good lawyering skills ordinarily stunted by litigation, such as analysis and reasoning to solve problems, the generation of options, and the creation of a positive context for settlement.
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nabis!
Nikki Scott-Despaigne
narèglement à l'amiable
Nikki Scott-Despaigne
namédiation
Alain BERTRAND
narèglement à l'amiable
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règlement à l'amiable


Explanation:
the idea is to settle disputes out of court, sometimes by resorting to a "médiateur". (cf divorce à l'amiable)

DPolice
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2 hrs
médiation


Explanation:
since the "règlement à l'amiable" is the final issue, training should be given to parties in order to reach it.
Therefore I think that "collaborative laws" is the subject which deals with compromise and others.

Alain BERTRAND
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I already have the term "mediation" in the text
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4 hrs
règlement à l'amiable


Explanation:
Kudoz au premier DPolice. Voici les fruits de mes recherches si cela peut vous être utile :

alternative dispute resolution process

Variante(s) orthographique(s).
ADR
mode amiable de règlement des litiges n. m.
Terme normalisé par l'Office de la langue française

Syn.
mode non judiciaire de règlement des litiges n. m.
Terme recommandé par l'Office de la langue française


Terme(s) à éviter.
alternative à l'adjudication



Déf. :
Mode de solution des litiges dans lequel les parties cherchent à s'entendre, avec ou sans l'aide d'un tiers, sur la solution de leur différend ou désignent d'un commun accord un tiers pour le trancher.


Note :
Les principaux modes amiables de règlement des litiges sont la conciliation, la médiation, la transaction (qu'on appelle souvent dans la langue courante « règlement à l'amiable ») et même l'arbitrage. Ce dernier n'est pas un mode judiciaire de solution des litiges, mais demeure un mode juridictionnel, puisqu'en ce cas la solution résulte de l'application de la loi et non de la volonté des parties. Si conciliation et médiation sont deux modes parallèles de solution des litiges, la transaction peut constituer l'aboutissement de l'un ou l'autre de ceux-ci. Éviter l'anglicisme « alternative à l'adjudication » e



Nikki Scott-Despaigne
Local time: 03:39
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4 hrs
bis!


Explanation:
Si vous acceptez que c’est un synonyme de « alternative dispute resolution », (viz., arbitration, mediation), alors le GDT donne :

alternative dispute resolution règlement extrajudiciaire de conflits n. m.Syn.règlement extrajudiciaire des conflits n. m. règlement extrajudiciaire de différends n. m.

alternative dispute resolution processVariante(s) orthographique(s).ADR mode amiable de règlement des litiges n. m. Terme normalisé par l'Office de la langue françaiseSyn.mode non judiciaire de règlement des litiges n. m. Terme recommandé par l'Office de la langue françaiseTerme(s) à éviter.alternative à l'adjudication

Déf. :Mode de solution des litiges dans lequel les parties cherchent à s'entendre, avec ou sans l'aide d'un tiers, sur la solution de leur différend ou désignent d'un commun accord un tiers pour le trancher.
Note :Les principaux modes amiables de règlement des litiges sont la conciliation, la médiation, la transaction (qu'on appelle souvent dans la langue courante « règlement à l'amiable ») et même l'arbitrage. Ce dernier n'est pas un mode judiciaire de solution des litiges, mais demeure un mode juridictionnel, puisqu'en ce cas la solution résulte de l'application de la loi et non de la volonté des parties. Si conciliation et médiation sont deux modes parallèles de solution des litiges, la transaction peut constituer l'aboutissement de l'un ou l'autre de ceux-ci. Éviter l'anglicisme « alternative à l'adjudication » e



http://www.collaborativelaw.org/

(Although for family law matters, the same idea can be extracted and applied)

The purpose of the Collaborative Law Institute is to create and practice collaborative non-adversarial strategies to help clients in family law matters achieve agreement in a dignified and respectful manner

http://www.collaborativelaw.com/
Representation Without Litigation : collaborative law provides clients and their lawyers with a new, formal and strictly non-adversarial approach to resolving legal disputes. It encourages mature, cooperative and non-combative behavior, as the parties contract to eliminate litigation as an option. Our trained participants use collaborative techniques to help parties reach settlement in family, employment and other civil matters. Lawyer's Weekly has called it "A Revolution in Divorce Law."
Why Collaborative Law? : collaborative law provides healthier, less costly ways of resolving disputes.
The goal or purpose of collaborative law is to offer lawyers and their clients a structured, non-adversarial alternative to an increasingly adversarial system of dispute resolution.
It guarantees consumers of legal services high quality, skilled legal counsel to assist in the evaluation and resolution of a problem, without litigation
http://www.collaborativelawsf.com/

In Collaborative Law, the parties to a family dispute and their attorneys agree to resolve the dispute without going to court. The attorneys assist the parties in resolving their own conflict through cooperative strategies rather than adversarial techniques and litigation. Early non-adversarial participation by the attorneys allows them to use good lawyering skills ordinarily stunted by litigation, such as analysis and reasoning to solve problems, the generation of options, and the creation of a positive context for settlement.


Nikki Scott-Despaigne
Local time: 03:39
Native speaker of: Native in EnglishEnglish
PRO pts in pair: 882
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A thousand thanks to you, your answer was very helpful.
Cecile
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