|Date:||Thursday 19 May 2011|
Do you know enough about mediation? With compulsory mediation forming part of the future, can you afford not to know how to react when a court directs mediation or your organisation is obliged to offer a dispute resolution service?
- Mediation demystified
- A live telephone mediation
- How mediation works in practice
- Different approaches to typical problems
The seminar will include a live telephone mediation, allowing you to experience first hand how mediation works in practice and what you need to be prepared for.
This is a unique chance to discover the challenges mediation poses and learn about the possible opportunities for you, your clients and your organisation.
Who should attend?
- Lawyers in the public sector and private practice in all areas of civil or family law
- Human resource managers in organisations including the not for profit sector
- In-house lawyers in business and not for profit organisations
- Professionals in business, planning, architecture and engineering
About the speakers
- Kate Aubrey-Johnson is an accredited mediator and an experienced barrister in crime and public law.
- Helen Curtis is an accredited mediator and restorative justice facilitator, and an experienced barrister in crime and civil law
- Julian Rendall is an independent mediator
Both Kate and Helen are members of Garden Court Mediation.
Kate Aubrey-Johnson, Helen Curtis and Julian Rendall, independent mediator