The New York City Bar Association is pleased to let you know about our upcoming CLE Program:
A Mediation Career: Getting Started
Tuesday, December 1, 2015, 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Are you thinking of taking mediation training or wondering how to get started after that training? Have you begun mediating and want to find more opportunities to do so? Then register now to attend A Mediation Career: Getting Started.
This interactive seminar, with the help of a very talented panel who have made mediation their careers as well, will discuss:
- What are the basic requirements to become a mediator
- The role of mediation in New York City's legal community
- Practical advice on how to start mediating
- Various types of mediation
- The fields in which mediation is most utilized
- Volunteer and paid opportunities for mediators
You can't afford to miss this valuable program – REGISTER NOW!
This program will offer New York CLE Credit: 3.0 Professional Practice; New Jersey CLE Credit: 3.0 General MCLE; California CLE Credit: 3.0 General MCLE; and Pennsylvania CLE Credit: 2.5 General MCLE.
The Faculty Includes:
Program Chair, Nancy Kramer, Mediator & Arbitrator, JAMS
Glenn E. Dornfeld, Mediator and Attorney at Law, Family and Divorce
***Chris M. Kwok, Supervisory ADR Coordinator, U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission – NY District Office
Maria R. Volpe, Ph.D., Professor, Department of Sociology; Director, Dispute Resolution Program & CUNY Dispute Resolution Center, John Jay College of Criminal Justice – CUNY
Daniel M. Weitz, Deputy Director, Division of Professional & Court Services; Coordinator, Office of ADR, NYS Unified Court System
***Chris M. Kwok is currently co-Chair of AABANY's Labor & Employment Law Committee and Issues Committee.
Location: New York City Bar, 42 West 44th St, New York, NY 10036
Cost: Member: $199/Nonmember: $299
SPECIAL RATE FOR SMALL LAW FIRMS: Member: $99/Nonmember: $199*.
For any questions or to register by phone with a discount, please call 212-382-6663.
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*Small law firm discounted rate cannot be combined with other discounts.