Name: Charalee Graydon
Status: WMO Fellow
Entry Date: 19/05/2018
Research Field: Global Conflict, Environmental Issues, Climate Change
Mediation in Context
Universal Law and Piracy
The US leaves the Paris Agreement – Crisis or opportunity
The Legal Framework and Structure of the Paris Agreement on an International Plane
US withdraws from JCPAO: Comments and future possibilities
City / Country: Montpellier / France
Field of Expertise: Law and Conflict Resolution
Your Professional Vision: Promotion of Mediation and Conflict Resolution and Peacebuilding.
Extending my greetings: I look forward to participating in the World Mediation Organization by publishing articles and taking part in activities sponsored by WMO.
Further information on Charalee Graydon: Charalee was born in Alberta, Canada. She is an academic, writer, journalist and past lawyer and is presently on the faculty of EUCLID University. Charalee holds degrees in Bachelor of Arts in English and Political Science, and a Juris Doctorate in Law. Following receipt of a Rhodes scholarship in 1982, she pursued legal studies in Oxford, England where she obtained a B.C. L degree. She held academic positions in England, New Zealand, and Canada and practiced law in Canada. She has published four books of literary fiction one of which was translated to Spanish. She developed programs for students, judges, and the corporations on environmental legal issues and published academic works in environmental law, alternative dispute resolution and sentencing. She is a member of Mediators Beyond Borders International, its Climate Change Policy group, United Nations Working Group, its Compact Sub-committee as well as Children and Youth ADR Working Group. She is a fellow of World Mediation Organization.