Develop a more in-depth understanding of what the role of the mediator is, preparing for mediation, mediation strategies and what goes on in a commercial mediation to help
Develop a more in-depth understanding of what the role of the mediator is, preparing for mediation, mediation strategies and what goes on in a commercial mediation to help you and your clients get the most value from the process.
Topics include: principles of interest-based negotiation; selecting appropriate mediators; pre-mediation client counseling––BATNAs, RPs, BAGs, priority setting; risk assessment, present-value determination, and negotiation strategy; working with the mediator; framing an advantageous opening statement in mediation; and when to collaborate and when to compete.
Join us to discover more about what goes on in the mediation room.
Harold Coleman, Jr., Esq., Mediator, Arbitrator, Educator, and Senior Vice President, AAA-ICDR
Wolf von Kumberg, Independent Arbitrator and Mediator, Int-Arb London England, AAA-ICDR Mediation Panel
Peter Phillips, Arbitrator, Mediator, and Director of the Alternative Dispute Resolution Skills Program, New York Law School
Tuesday, September 22, 2020–Thursday, September 24, 2020
Tuesday, September 29, 2020–Thursday, October 1, 2020
4:00 p.m.–6:00 p.m. EDT
9 credits in Areas of Professional Practice, 5 credits in Skills, 1 credit in Ethics (NY transitional and nontransitional)
To register, please visit www.aaaeducation.org.
This class will be held on Zoom. A link will be sent prior to the first session. A syllabus will also be provided.
NYLS alumni, New York Unified Court System Personnel: $445