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Alternative Dispute Resolution (Calgary)

February 19 | 9:00 am4:30 pm

$296.25 – $445

Effective September 1, 2019, the Court of Queen’s Bench lifted the suspension of mandatory ADR. Now, lawyers seeking quick resolution of disputes must consider alternative methods. Revisit various forms of ADR and develop strategies to enhance your use of them.

View the brochure.

This program is also available in Edmonton.


  • Case Law Review | Engage in a review of recent legislation, discuss mandatory and non-mandatory ADR, and consider other case law issues such as enforcing mediation, agreements reached in mediation, and more.
  • Mediation: A Lawyer’s Perspective | Explore mediation theory including, interest-based negotiations, and consider the differences between competitive vs. cooperative mediation.
  • Mediation: A Mediator’s & Arbitrator’s Perspective | Discuss models of mediation as well as processes for ADR, mediation, and JDR, including strategies for success in these processes.
  • Strategies for Getting Out of Sticky Situations | Review attribution theory, trust rebuilding, boundary theory, and strategies for conflict diagnosis and resolution.


Early Bird Price: $395 + GST (Register on or before January 7, 2020)
Regular Price: $445 + GST

NOTE: The materials for this program will be provided in electronic format.

LESA offers the following discounts:

D125 – 25% off for living more than 125 km (one way) from the nearest program site.
D250 – 50% off for living more than 250 km (one way) from the nearest program site.
Enter coupon code D125 or D250 during checkout if applicable.


February 19
9:00 am – 4:30 pm
$296.25 – $445
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The Glenmore Inn & Convention Centre
1000 Glenmore Court SE
Calgary, Alberta T2C 2E6 Canada
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Unlimited available
Alternative Dispute Resolution – Calgary – REGULAR$445.00Registration at Regular Price
Unlimited available
Alternative Dispute Resolution – Calgary – STUDENT$333.75Registration at Regular Price less 25% for being a Law Student or Student-At-Law.