Evaluations, Opinions, Observations and Comments: When and How Mediators Use Analytical Techniques

ABA Webinar: 2016 Mediation Series, Part 3
Presented By: The American Bar Association Section of Dispute Resolution

Event ABA Webinar: 2016 Mediation Series, Part 3
This 6-part mediation series is a unique opportunity to learn from some of the leading mediators and neutrals in the country. Each month from January through July 2016 the ABA will host a webinar that will focus on different phases of the mediation process, as well as useful analytical techniques and strategies for mediators. Programming will also provide in-depth discussion on common barriers and ethical issues mediators face in reaching durable agreements.
Date/Time March 8, 2016
12:00 PM - 1:15 PM EST
JAMS Speaker R. Wayne Thorpe, Esq.

Evaluations, Opinions, Observations and Comments: When and How Mediators Use Analytical Techniques
This webinar will teach participants when and why mediators use evaluative techniques and how parties and counsel can best make use of the techniques. The speakers will discuss whether it is ethical for mediators to "evaluate," whether parties want evaluation and how traditional reality-testing differs from evaluation. The presenters will share perspectives on whether evaluation interferes with party autonomy or provides the ultimate party choice.

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