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    Where Mediation's Model Standards Are Failing: What Should We Do About It?

    1:30 PM GMT

    The live webinar has already aired. To purchase a recording of this webinar, click here.


    The Model Standards of Conduct for Mediators have provided benchmark ethical guidance ever since their promulgation in 1994 and revision in 2005.  But the standards arguably fall short on some points.  This webinar will focus on “fringe areas” where guidance is scant.  A panel of three law professors who teach mediation will explore the ethics dimension of topics such as:

     

    ·        Practice development (including solicitation of work and use of social media)

    ·        Safety of mediators and participants

    ·        Informed consent

    ·        Use of technology in mediation practice

     

    The speakers will offer “dos” and “don’ts” in these and other murky areas, with an emphasis on practical dilemmas and real-world problems.

     

     

    Registration Deadline:

    July 11, 2017 at 10 am ET  
     

     

    Series Schedule:

     

     

    2017 MEDIATION Webinar Series

    january 17, 2017

    Mediator Selection: A Look Behind the Scenes

    february 14, 2017

    Alternatives to the Conventional Joint Session

    MARCH 14, 2017

    What I Wish My Mediators Knew

    may 9, 2017

    When Participants Are a Handful

    JUNE 13, 2017

    Mediating with a Participant Protected by the ADA

    july 11, 2017

    Mediation Ethics Update

     

     

    Scholarships:

    Scholarships to defray tuition expense for ABA programs are available upon application on a program-by-program, case-by-case basis. Preference will be given to public interest lawyers, government lawyers, full-time law professors, solo or small firm practitioners of limited means, and unemployed attorneys. Click here to complete a scholarship request for a specific program. Scholarship applications must be received at least one week before the program start date; applications submitted after that date will not be considered. You will be notified prior to the program if your application is approved. A minimum fee may be charged on all approved scholarship applications to defray expenses.

     

     

     

     

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    Where Mediation's Model Standards Are Failing: What Should We Do About It?

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    Date

    Jul 11, 2017

    2017-07-11T13:30:00.000Z 2017-07-11T14:45:00.000Z Where Mediation's Model Standards Are Failing: What Should We Do About It?

    The live webinar has already aired. To purchase a recording of this webinar, click here.


    The Model Standards of Conduct for Mediators have provided benchmark ethical guidance ever since their promulgation in 1994 and revision in 2005.  But the standards arguably fall short on some points.  This webinar will focus on “fringe areas” where guidance is scant.  A panel of three law professors who teach mediation will explore the ethics dimension of topics such as:

     

    ·        Practice development (including solicitation of work and use of social media)

    ·        Safety of mediators and participants

    ·        Informed consent

    ·        Use of technology in mediation practice

     

    The speakers will offer “dos” and “don’ts” in these and other murky areas, with an emphasis on practical dilemmas and real-world problems.

     

     

    Registration Deadline:

    July 11, 2017 at 10 am ET  
     

     

    Series Schedule:

     

     

    2017 MEDIATION Webinar Series

    january 17, 2017

    Mediator Selection: A Look Behind the Scenes

    february 14, 2017

    Alternatives to the Conventional Joint Session

    MARCH 14, 2017

    What I Wish My Mediators Knew

    may 9, 2017

    When Participants Are a Handful

    JUNE 13, 2017

    Mediating with a Participant Protected by the ADA

    july 11, 2017

    Mediation Ethics Update

     

     

    Scholarships:

    Scholarships to defray tuition expense for ABA programs are available upon application on a program-by-program, case-by-case basis. Preference will be given to public interest lawyers, government lawyers, full-time law professors, solo or small firm practitioners of limited means, and unemployed attorneys. Click here to complete a scholarship request for a specific program. Scholarship applications must be received at least one week before the program start date; applications submitted after that date will not be considered. You will be notified prior to the program if your application is approved. A minimum fee may be charged on all approved scholarship applications to defray expenses.

     

     

     

     

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