Personal Injury Advanced Mediation Training

january 2022

tue18jan(jan 18)12:00 pmthu27(jan 27)4:00 pmPersonal Injury Advanced Mediation Training

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Placement on any court roster is at the discretion of the local Administrative Judge and participation in a course that is approved does not guarantee placement on a local court roster. Pursuant to Part 146, court-based mediation rosters require both a combination of mediation training and experience mediating. In addition, some courts may require additional training and experience beyond Part 146’s requirements. Acceptance on court rosters depends on a court’s need for mediators at any given time and may include a court’s need for mediators with specific case-type training or experience. 

This training will be offered online over a period of four weekday afternoons. 

This course is approved under Part 146 by the New York State Unified Court System’s Office of ADR Program and satisfies Part 146 requirements, with at least 16 hours of advanced mediation training. Successful participants will receive certification for Advanced Personal Injury Mediation Training and will earn 18 CLE credits. 

Identifying Key Stakeholders  •  Mediator Preparation and Party Submissions  •  Decision Trees  •  Issues in Auto, Premises, Construction, Professional Liability, and Product Cases  •  Navigating Multi-Party Mediations  •  Liens and Other Mediation Speed Bumps  •  Ethical Considerations and Implicit Bias  •  Simulations and Faculty Guided Mock Mediation Sessions 

David Paul Horowitz, Lecturer in Law, Columbia Law School; CLE Lecturer; Author of “Burden of Proof” and “New York Civil Disclosure.” 
Danielle B. Shalov, Director, Mediation Clinic; Adjunct Professor, New York Law School

Tuesday, January 18, 2022,
Thursday, January 20, 2022,
Tuesday, January 25, 2022, and
Thursday, January 27, 2022

12:00 p.m.–4:00 p.m. EST 

General Admission: $700
NYLS Alumni: $600


18 CLE credits total
12 Professional Practice, 4 Skills, 1 Diversity, Inclusion, Elimination of Bias, and 1 Ethics (NY transitional and nontransitional)