As part of the CRIMHUM project, on May 17 at 16:00, the last open online meeting with David Cook on the topic “Alternative Dispute Resolution and Human Rights” took place. It is important to note that his lecture based on his 40 years of experience as a lawyer in Tennessee, where he defended the interests of doctors and patients

David Cook is a practicing civil lawyer. During the lecture, which was attended by students studying the English-language program, David Cook introduced the audience certain aspects of conducting civil cases, the specifics of the practical protection of the defendant's interests in court and alternative ways of resolving disputes and its specifics. For example, he paid special attention to mediation and arbitration.

About 30 students attended the meeting and took part in the discussion.