Amada Maria Arley Orduña
Amada Maria Arley Orduña is currently a doctoral student of the Posgraduate Program of Law School at National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM), she has coming as visiting researcher to the University of Montreal in the Laboratory of Cyberjustice under the direction of Professor Karim Benyekhlef.
The research line of Amada is Online Dispute Resolution in cross-border electronic commerce in America, it has been analyzing the consumer protection legislation and its conflict resolution systems in Latin America and North America.
Amada was founder and coordinator of the Negotiation and Mediation Center at the Law School (UNAM). She is graduated from the Program on Negotiation at Harvard Law School and was named winner of the First Place for “Best Thesis of North American Studies” by the North American Research Center (CISAN) at UNAM. She was international observer for the Latin American Institute of Electronic Commerce (ILCE) in the works of the Working Group III of United Nations Commission on International Trade Law – (UNCINTRAL) which discussed the « Online Dispute Resolution »
She is author of the book « Beyond NAFTA, Security and Prosperity Partnership. What is it and where are we going? » Editorial Porrúa, and the book for Courses « Basic Workshop on Negotiation and Mediation« , plus diverse articles in national and international Law Reviews with topics related on NAFTA, ODR and Consumer Protection. She has been Lecturer with seven years of experiences at Law Faculty at UNAM, University of the Valley of Mexico and the University Motolonia del Pedregal.
CONCILIANET: 9 years of ODR in Consumer Protection in MEXICO | Amanda Maria Arley Orduña
The Consumer Protection Institution in Mexico called “Procuraduria Federal del Consumidor (Profeco)“ run his project Conciliatet in 2008 as a digital platform dedicated to facilitate synchronous and asynchronous communication during conciliation process in the conflicts between consumers and suppliers. Since then has been pass nine years with amazing statistic results with more than 90% of the conflicts resolved by […]