Continuing Legal Education

Mediators frequently bemoan mediations that failed, or that the Mediator had to rescue, because the parties or attorneys, or one party or its attorney, was not adequately prepared, or because one of the lawyers created a magic moment either in joint session or caucus, that ruined or damaged the prospects of settlement. Sometimes learning what not to do guides us towards learning what to do instead and leads us to formulating best practices in representing clients in mediation.


Tuesday, December 1, 2015 - 12:00pm