Within the scope of his work as Master in Mediation, Christophe Imhoos is particularly interested in Collaborative Law, and has studied further links with mediation and deepened his knowledge through study in the United States and further courses in this field in 2009 and 2010.
Founder of the Association romande de droit collaboratif and member of the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals (IACP), he frequently takes part in conferences on this subject in Switzerland and abroad, thereby boosting its development within French-speaking Switzerland.
Certified mediator in the Canton of Geneva since 2009 and in the Cantons of Vaud et Fribourg since 2014, he is also certified with the Fédération Suisse des Avocats (FSA), the Fédération Suisse des associations de Médiation (FSM), the Swiss Association for Mediation (SAM), the Swiss Chamber of Commercial Mediation (SCCM), the Centre de Médiation et d'Arbitrage de Paris (CMAP) and the Center for Effective Dispute Resolution (CEDR) in London.
Member of the Commission ADR de l'Ordre des avocats de Genève, and former member of the bureau of the Maison genevoise des Médiations (MgeM), in 2011-2012 he chaired the coordination group of the Association genevoise de Médiation de voisinage (AsMéd-GE). He was the coordinator in Geneva for Coordination Médiation Suisse (CMS/KMS) through the Groupe de contact genevois pour le règlement amiable des différents (GC RAD GE) and he takes part with Permanence Info-Médiation (PIM).
Christophe Imhoos is registered as arbitrator and mediator with the International Chamber of Commerce, the Swiss Chambers of Commerce (SCCAM), the International Center for Dispute Resolution (ICDR) and, for domain names, by the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO).
French and English, passive knowledge of German and basic knowledge of Italian and Spanish.