Transform Lives with Powerful Peacemaking
There's never been a better time to polish your resolution
skills and find new opportunities to put those skills to work than at this
year's award-winning* Institute. It is the ultimate program where ADR
professionals connect and get current on the latest and greatest techniques,
strategies, and approaches to resolving disputes. Don't miss this dynamic event
full of industry leaders.
Use the Restorative Justice Process in Your Next
You've heard about it, now come see for yourself as Retired
Justice Janine P. Geske, director of the Marquette University Law School
Restorative Justice Initiative, shares her tips for successfully resolving your
most difficult disputes through this unique process. Gain skills and insight
from her keynote presentation, "Using Restorative Justice Approaches in
High-Emotion Cases-Criminal, Civil, and Family!"
Is Med-Arb Right for You?
It's all the rage, but is it right for you and your
clients? Discover the pros and cons of this new process in this candid exchange
between two of ADR's friendliest adversaries.
Attend and Build Skills
- Practice collaborative negotiation techniques that you
can implement immediately
- Expand your view of early mediation and open a world of
opportunities for you, both as a mediator and litigator
- Effectively tackle difficult workplace or community
issues with talking circles that get to the heart of conflict
- Gain new ideas for resolving your toughest cases during
the "case consultation" segment
- Discover your best impasse avoidance tool—good mediation
- Improve your odds of being hired by understanding what
motivates arbitration consumers
New this year: Choose "electronic download only" seminar
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||*Winner of an Association of Continuing Legal Education Administrators
Best Award for a CLE Program.|
will receive both print and electronic access or select electronic download only
discount to save $25 off registration fee. Materials will be posted online
before the seminar.