Mediation and Arbitration: Shielding Neutrality (On-Demand)
- SKU: OC-62143.02
Review the role of a legal assistant or paralegal during mediation or arbitration, considering issues from both the intake and requesting perspective. The presentation focuses on how assistants play a role in helping the lawyer they work with maintain the impartiality and neutrality they are required to maintain as a mediator or arbitrator.
Discuss pre-, during-, and post- mediation/arbitration concerns, including information collection, conflicts, scheduling, sending formal correspondence and documentation, and more. Materials include quick reference checklists and a sample booking sheet precedent.
This on-demand program was originally presented as an in-person program in January, 2020. Click here for additional resources from the original program, Advanced Family Law Issues for Paralegals.
Presenters: Tayla Ashmore and Miranda Asselstine
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