| Effective Use of Mediation Techniques in Labor|
and Employment Law Practice
Expanding Your Practice Toolbox
Please Note: This course has already
Date: Thursday, October 21, 2004
Location: Suffolk University Law School, 120 Tremont St., Boston, MA
Time: 08:45 AM - 12:00 PM
Networking Breakfast Sponsored by Law School Alumni Association
Program Moderator Professor Marc Greenbaum, Suffolk University Law School
Introduction to Mediation Techniques
- The Range of Mediation Styles
- Core Principles of Mediation Practice
- Role of the Mediator
- Techniques of Successful Mediators:
Knowing the alternatives to resolution
Diagnosing the barriers to resolution
Questioning to discover the interests behind the positions
Developing options that make a difference Patience, persistence, and persuasion
Dean Robert Smith, Suffolk University Law School
Ericka B. Gray, Esq. President DisputEd
Adjunct Professor of Law, Suffolk University Law School
How to Borrow a Mediator’s Powers Through the use of discussion and video, you will see how to use mediation to:
Professor Dwight Golann, Suffolk University Law School
- Influence the bargaining format
- Focus discussion on key issues
- Support a creative or competitive negotiation strategy
- Break impasses
How to Use Mediation in Your Legal Career
Ericka B. Gray, Esq., President DisputEd
- Getting started
New England Rules, training requirements, certification
- Networking for maximum marketing impact
Mediation practice venues, Pro-bono Bar and other programs, mediation panels, solo/group practice, law firm practice
- Collaborative Law
Adjunct Professor, Suffolk University Law School
~Companion Course~This course is being offered in conjunction with the 32nd Annual NLRB/DOL Conference which will also be presented at Suffolk University Law School on October 21 from 12:30 p.m. to 5:00 (additional registration is required). Please click here for more information.
Thursday, October 21, 2004
Tuition is $25.00; Please note that this mediation course is subject to limited enrollment. Priority registration will be given to Suffolk University Law School alumni.
Registrations at the door are welcome, but please register in advance to reserve a seat or call to confirm space availability.
Written requests for cancellation received via fax or email 24 hours prior to the program will be granted a refund minus a $15.00 charge.
Suffolk University Law School, 120 Tremont St., Boston, MA
There will be no CLE credit given for this program.
If you have special needs addressed by the American with Disabilities Act, please contact us as soon as possible.
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