New Lawyer Education: Mediation Basics (January 2016) [C16119]

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Seminar Date: January 19, 2016
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This seminar took place on January 19, 2016, in Seattle, WA.
ADR | GENERAL | NEW LAWYER

From the original seminar NLE160119SEA


Product Description:


Resolving matters before trial is viewed as best practice. Mediation in particular is becoming a necessary step in many legal processes. In Washington, Chapter 7.06 of the RCW makes it mandatory to arbitrate certain civil cases. The Superior Court has mandatory arbitration rules. In this coursebook, take a walk through the world of Alternative Dispute Resolution, with a focus on Mediation. Review the process of mediation, various mediation styles and models used in Washington, the considerations one must take before mediating a case, drafting settlements, and ethical considerations surrounding mediation. This coursebook is designed from the lens of an attorney representing a client in a Mediation proceeding. It is not geared towards those who want to become mediators.



Table of Contents:

Chapter 1: What is Alternative Dispute Resolution
Sasha S. Philip
Kristofer John Bundy
Paul W. McVicker
Ann McBroom
Leslie M. Blankman


Chapter 2: What is Mediation?
Paul W. McVicker


Chapter 3: Pre-Mediation Considerations & Stage Planning
Sasha S. Philip


Chapter 4: The Process of Mediation
Kristofer John Bundy


Chapter 5: Considerations Impacting Mediation
Leslie M. Blankman


Chapter 6: Drafting Settlements and Post-Mediation Concerns
Paul W. McVicker
Kristofer John Bundy


Chapter 7: Ethical Considerations
Commissioner Eric B. Watness


Chapter 8: Mediation Hypotheticals




Coursebook contains 152 pages