Mediation and Arbitration Advocacy for the Family Lawyer: The Basics
About the Program:
Mediation and arbitration allow family lawyers to design their own
litigation and secure privacy for their clients. In part one of a
three-part series on ADR Advocacy, you will learn the ethical
requirements surrounding ADR; the types of mediation and when to use
them; the principles of mediation and how they affect advocacy; the law
affecting family arbitration in Connecticut; and how and when
arbitration can be used.
The Honorable Elaine Gordon (Ret.), Gordon ADR, LLC, Westbrook
Robert D. Zaslow, Zaslow and Sandler, LLC, West Hartford
Arthur E. Balbirer, Attorney at Law, Bethlehem
Frances Z. Calafiore, Attorney at Law, Hartford
Roy L. De Barbieri, De Barbieri & Associates LLC, New Haven
9:00 Introduction to ADR in Family Cases
9:30 The Types and Stages of Mediation: How It Affects Advocacy
10:30 An Introduction to Arbitration in Connecticut
11:00 Arbitration In Family Cases, and National Overview
12:00 Discussion; Questions and Answers
Who Should Purchase:
Family lawyers, whether new or seasoned practitioners.
This seminar is appropriate for newly admitted and experienced attorneys.
The Connecticut Bar Association/CT Bar Institute is an accredited provider of New York State CLE.
CLE Credit: Skills 3.0 hrs.