Results from the Core Questions Voting
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Presentations at GPC Series Singapore
Closing Plenary Session:
- Analysis and Discussion of Data Generated During the 4 Interactive GPC Core Question Sessions
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GPC Series Singapore: Final Thoughts on the Drivers of Change
The final panel at the GPC Series Singapore - Prof. Nadja Alexander and A/Prof. Joel Lee (Educators), Joephine Hadikusumo and Michael McIlwrath (Users/Parties), Alex Oddy and Joseph Tirado (Advisors), and Michael Hwang and Joanna Kalowski (Providers) - were asked by Michael Leathes (IMI) what they saw as the Drivers of Change in Dispute Resolution