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Mediation Advocacy for Litigators: What You Need to Know for a Successful Mediation

Presented by Tim Warner

(16,168 Ratings)
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Course Description

Length: 1h 0min    Published: 11/29/2018    
Being a successful litigator does not necessary translate into being a successful mediator. Mediation advocacy requires mastery of its own set of skills. In this program, seasoned mediator Tim Warner shares his nine essential steps for developing these skills and achieving the best possible outcome for your client through mediation.
Learning Objectives
* Explore the many ways mediation can be a better solution than litigation
* Discover the nine essential steps for successful mediation advocacy
* Learn best practices for choosing a mediator
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Presented By:

Tim Warner

440-387-4321

Twarner@warnerlawyer.com

Featured Reviews

"Excellent presentation. It was a bit of a surprise to learn how effective mediation could be in reaching mutually satisfactory outcomes without the huge expense, and stresses, of protracted litigation. This is a tool that needs to have a valued presence in every good civil attorney's toolbox. Thank you!!!"

   Hans U

" I've been a mediator for 26+ years and rarely agree with 99% of anyone's presentation on the subject. But I did here. Nice presentation, Tim! Thank you."

   Cynthia R

"Excellent content - especially articulating differences between litigation and mediation mindsets/approaches"

   Sara K