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Section of Dispute Resolution: ADR Practice Development

Section of Dispute Resolution:
ADR Practice Development


Mission

The goal of the Standing Committee on ADR Practice Management, Business and Skills Development is to help our Section members become more successful in their ADR practices and become a resource and a disseminator of information about marketing, business development and office technology for our ADR professionals.

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We are the ADR Practice Development committee.

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    Leadership

    Co-Chairs:

    Miller, Gina
    Travis, Mark

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    Resources

    Building Your Mediation Practice: Drilling Down by Diana Mercer - December 2008
    Building Your Mediation Practice: Mediation: Likes and Dislikes by Robert E. Lee Wright - November 2008
    Building Your Mediation Practice By Lee Jay Berman - October 2008
    Building Your Mediation Practice By Lee Jay Berman - September 2008
    Building Your Mediation Practice By Lee Jay Berman - July 2008
    Building Your Mediation Practice By Emily Menn - June 2008
    Building Your Mediation Practice by By Robert E. Lee Wright - May 2008
    Building Your Mediation Practice: Establish A Client Library by Forrest (Woody) Mosten
    Building Your Mediation Practice: The Price of Mentorship by Diana Mercer - February 2008
    Building Your Mediation Practice: Tips For Designing A Mediation Office - Diana Mercer - January 2008
    Building Your Mediation Practice: Is Mediation a Pipe Dream? by Lee Jay Berman - December 2007
    ADR Training Providers by State Database
    Building Your Mediation Practice: Should I Quit My Day Job to Become a Full-Time Mediator? by Robert E. Lee Wright- November 2007
    Tips and Techniques for Helping Parties Move Ahead and Overcome Roadblocks by John Settle
    Building Your Mediation Practice: Where Should My Office Be Located? by Forrest (Woody) Mosten
    Building Your Mediation Practice: October 2007 by Diana Mercer
    The Secrets to Successful Practice Development by Forrest (Woody) Mosten - Part 1
    The Secrets to Successful Practice Development by Forrest (Woody) Mosten - Part 2
    The Secrets to Successful Practice Development by Forrest (Woody) Mosten - Part 3
    Heavy Metal Mediation by Lee Jay Berman
    Mediator's Self-Survey by Forrest (Woody) Mostent

    Programs, Meetings and Events

    Committee Events

    Advanced Mediation and Advocacy Skills Training

    October 11, 2007 - October 13, 2007
     
    Section Events

      Closing the Deal: Getting to Yes (and Evading No!)

      06/14/2016-06/14/2016

      Program Description : The end of the day is the most challenging part of mediation. The speakers will reveal creative mediator techniques to break through impasse as well as proven strategies for use by counsel to build durable agreements. The speakers will also address documentation of the ...

      Sealing the Deal: Issues and Tactics

      06/28/2016-06/28/2016

      Program Description : Once you have reached a deal in principle, there are still pitfalls before you are done. Any skilled negotiator has to know how to close. Listen in for practical advice on how to manage end of deal tactics. Learn how to avoid those end of deal maneuvers that ...

      Ethics and Professionalism in Mediation: Ethical Issues Faced by Mediators and Advocates

      07/12/2016-07/12/2016

      Program Description : The panel will share advice on how to recognize and solve potential ethical issues in the mediation process. How do advocates walk the fine line between puffery and lying? How do mediators move from a conceptual understanding of the Model Standards of Conduct for Mediators ...

    Modified by Matthew Conger on May 30, 2014

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