Mediation in the Mainstream: From Courthouse to Conference Room








Tonight at the Creighton Law School I presented “Mediation in the Mainstream,” a talk about the nature of mediation and the array of conflict engagement found coming out of the mainstream.  I’ve posted my notes for the talk (minus the graphics from the Power Point) – to see the basic text of the talk, click here: MediationintheMainstream – Post Copy

Oct 2012
POSTED BY danielrainey



ABA Dispute Resolution Week

The ABA’s Section of Dispute Resolution Mediation Week for 2012 will be from October 14-20, 2012.  The theme for the week this year is “Mediation in the Mainstream:  From the Courthouse to the Conference Room.”

As part of the Mediation Week activities at Creighton University, the Werner Institute (housed in the Creighton School of Law) will host an evening session on Wednesday, October 17, at which I will be the featured speaker.  I haven’t decided how to approach the idea of mainstreamed mediation, but I’ll come up with something, and I’ll post the gist of my comments on this blog on the 17th.

In the meantime, for more information about Mediation Week, go to the ABA Mediation Week web page, and the Werner Institute web page.


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