This comprehensive four-day course covers all stages of the arbitration process, from the drafting of the arbitration agreement to the enforcement of the arbitral award. This course is taught by Ann Ryan Robertson. Training is offered twice a year and gives 23.5 MCLE credit hours and 4.75 hours of ethics. More
This 40-hour training program introduces participants to mediation as a method to resolve conflict. Participants
are taught skills of mediation through the use of lecture, discussion, role-play and individual videotape
Introduces Participants to family mediation as a method of resolving disputes that arise in family relationships in marital dissolution, conservatorship, property division, parentage, SAPCR, guardianship and other family litigation. The principal presenters are Robert Hughes and Tracy Leissner. They have extensive experience co-mediating civil, family, Probate and child welfare cases. More
Effective arbitration clauses are not simply “plug and play.” What may be effective in one scenario will be ineffective in another. There are numerous traps for the unwary drafter. This course will explore those traps and recent case law highlighting the need to be fully informed when drafting an arbitration clause.