Common Dilemmas in Mediation (September 2017) [17130-6VIDEO]

Common Dilemmas in Mediation (September 2017) [17130-6VIDEO]

Original Program Date: September 25, 2017
Duration: 45 minutes
Credits: Ethics: 0.75
List Price:$60.00
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This recorded session was presented as part of the live seminar and webcast, Trends in Mediation Advocacy, recorded on September 25, 2017, in Seattle, WA. If you attended the live seminar or webcast and reported CLE credits, you cannot also report credits from watching or listening to this recording.

In this recorded session, presenters discuss some of the common dilemmas that arise in mediation practices. They begin with the presumption that if you are going to be a Mediator, or a lawyer consulting clients in the mediation process, that you need to be good at what you do. You have the potential not only to be good, but exceptional and to exceed the expectations of the clients and other professionals with whom you work.

To be exceptional you need to know not only the rules that govern your work from an ethical standpoint; you have to be willing to explore and use other ways of approaching conflicts between the parties that create an opportunity for you to exceed the minimum levels of behavior that the Rules of Professional conduct set forth.

Topics Include:
  • Ethics for Lawyer-Advocates vs. Ethics for Lawyer-Mediators
  • Mediator Ethical Guidelines
  • Party Self-Determination
  • Impartiality
  • Competence
  • Quality of the Process
Kevin Scudder – The Law Offices of Kevin R. Scudder, Seattle
Harold Coleman Jr., – American Arbitration Association, San Diego, CA

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