Mediation: Back to the Basics Part Two Out of Stock
Mediation 101: Back to the Basics is exactly that. The program has been designed in conjunction with and to complement the 40-hour Civil and Family Court Mediation Training programs and is directed to both attorneys and experienced mediators. The program is presented in 2 three-hour segments on different days to make it easy for you to attend both, or choose the segment that most applies to your practice and schedule. Both programs are led by Bruce Poore, Tiffany Provence, and Joy Bennett - all of whom are experienced mediators and mediation trainers. They will provide you with the kind of practical instruction that will enable you to be more effective as mediators or attorney counselors in the mediation process.
Part 2 is divided into two main segments which we are calling The Limbic Shift Part 1 and Part 2. Part 1 focuses on the attorney's role at mediation, which we all know is a bit different from the attorney's role at trial. Mediation might be your new best friend. This session is dedicated to the art of client preparation and provides you with a ton of practical tips.
Whether you are considering attending the 40-hour Mediation Certification Training program or have already taken the course; whether you are a novice mediator, new to mediation process as an attorney, or have long experience handling mediations, this powerful and practical seminar offers insights on the mediation process, the opportunity to ask questions, and most of all, the foundation you need to be successful as mediation continues to expand as an effective and efficient means to solve disputes in South Carolina.
Mediation Seminar Opening / Mediation Basics
Attorney Preparation - The Limbic Shift Part 1
1. The Razor's Edge.
2. What can you do to maximize your chances for a successful mediation?
3. How do you choose a mediator for your case?
Client Preparation - The Limbic Shift Part 2
1. The path to a successful mediation begins with your initial interview.
2. Brainstorm with your client in advance of the mediation conference.
3. Prepare your client (in advance of the mediation conference) to answer these questions at the mediation conference:
Questions and Answers
This seminar qualifies for 3.11 MCLE credit hours.
This seminar is an Intermediate level program.
Note: When submitting your compliance reports to the SC Commission on CLE and Specialization, if you completed this in 2022, please use this course code: 222923ADO.
Note: When submitting your compliance reports to the SC Commission on CLE and Specialization, if you completed this in 2023, please use this course code: 231384ADO.