2017 ADR Institute: Is Your Dispute Resolution Safe?

Issues to Consider in Mediation and Other ADR Processes

The 2017 ADR Institute focuses on safety and related concerns in mediation, settlement facilitation and other ADR forms across all case types. The Institute features speakers Stephen Kotev, M.A., and Laura Bassein, Esq. [VIEW SPEAKER BIOS]. Join the ADR Committee for an engaging discussion of the Association for Conflict Resolution’s ADR Safety Planning-Recommended Guidance and relevant case scenarios, ethical issues and skill building interactions for practitioners across the spectrum of ADR practice. Since safety presents a critical concern in domestic violence cases and this course will look at safety and other issues that must be considered when determining whether or not ADR is appropriate in cases involving domestic violence. Attendees can choose from two breakout sessions during which they will have the opportunity to enhance your ADR-related skills (Practical Skills for High Stress Conflicts or Skill Building for DV Cases). The State Bar of New Mexico ADR Committee proudly co-sponsors this ADR Institute annually.                                                                                                    

Who Should Take This Course?
The ADR Institute is intended for attorneys who represent clients in ADR processes, and both attorney and non-attorney ADR practitioners. Reduced rates apply for those not seeking CLE credit.


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When
11/3/2017 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Where
Live at the State Bar Center Also Available Via Live Webcast Albuquerque, NM 87109

Author - Presenter

Speakerlist
Stephen Kotev, Laura Bassein

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