The Ethics of Growing a Mediation Practice
| ADR Services, Inc.
Alternative Dispute Resolution is one of the fastest growing practices among both attorneys and retired judicial officers. Attorneys interested in starting a mediation practice must be aware that ADR professionals confront ethical issues at every phase of their practice, from advertising to potential clients to the period following conclusion of the mediation session. Awareness of these ethical issues and preparing how to handle them will structure a smoother transition into a mediation practice. In this program, Joanna Barron, Executive Vice President of ADR Services, Inc., one of California’s most successful alternative dispute resolution provider firms, will provide insight on navigating these ethical issues while at the same time building a robust and thriving ADR practice.
Please join us for this virtual program to garner insightful tips and guidance.
***For those that are not able to attend but interested in the post-meeting recording, we require that you Register for the Event. Once the presentation is over, if the recording is adequate, we will send it to those that were not able to attend. If the recording is distorted and can not be viewed, MCBA will refund your registration fee. MCBA does not provide CLE for viewing recordings post presentation.***
Larry Strick and Diana Maier
Co-Chairs, ADR Section
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MCLE Notice: To receive MCLE credit: virtually, you must connect by digital device; i.e., tablet or computer (Call in by telephone only will not qualify); in person, you must sign in/out at registration table. This activity is approved for Minimum Continuing Legal Education credit by the State Bar of California. MCBA is a certified provider: Provider #411
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1.0 CLE | Ethics
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