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Posted by: Christy Gibson on Oct 7, 2014

November 3, 2014 Webcast

Practical Tips for Mediating Family Law Cases


This session will cover the following topics to provide practical tips for mediating family law cases:

1. Effective use of joint meeting
2. Managing participants’ expectations (earning their trust)
3. Balance with letting litigants blow off steam while focusing on obtaining a settlement
4. Step parent/”significant others” involvement in post divorce mediations

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November 5, 2014 Live CLE Program

Retooling Mediating Skills for Family Lawyers


This year's annual program will focus on key issues for family law practitioners to advance their mediation skills and knowledge. While Rule 31 has been around for over fifteen years, we have developed some good and bad habits in how we mediate cases for our clients.  This seminar is to share ideas, learn new approaches, and improve your mediation skills in the emotionally-charged area of family law.  Don't miss this opportunity to gather with attorneys who practice in this area.


  • Networking opportunties
  • Parking validation (at Commerce Street Parking Garage)
  • Can Use Prepaid Credits to lower cost
  • Discount for Family Law section members
  • Free wi-fi
  • CLE/CME credit approved

Course Credits

Dual Credits: 0.00
General Credits: 6.00
Total Credits: 6

This program will be filed for Tennessee CLE credit. Please contact TBA for Georgia, Mississippi and Alabama credit.

Course Agenda

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November 19, 2014 Webcast

Dealing with Stress in a Stressfilled Job - Thriving for Lawyers


Neuroscientists and Positive Psychologists agree; it’s not the stress, it’s how you deal with it. Statistics show lawyers are unhappy, burned out and not thriving. We will discuss why, and strategies you can use to thrive in the practice of law.

Learn this and much more in this one-hour session.

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