The Federal Bar Association presents:
“ADR: Collaborative Law Process, Implicit Bias, Benefits of E-Mediation, and More”
CLE Webinar Live Broadcast on September 26, 2018 from 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. EST
CLE Credits earned: 1 GEN / 1 ETHICS
Presented by: Yueh-Mei Kim Nutter, Esq. of Brinkley Morgan & Victoria Calebrese, Esq. of Victoria Calebrese, P.A.
The evolving trends of alternative dispute resolution involves new processes, use of technology in alternative disputes resolution and ethical concerns that exist and arise as a result. Those evolving trends include:
- The Collaborative Law Process Act (CLPA), what is the law, what is the collaborative process, what are the rules for lawyers, how the collaborative process works and why practitioners should become collaboratively trained to offer their clients a new process for dispute resolution.
- E-mediation: The use of technology such as video conferencing to provide cost effective mediation, especially with out of state and international parties.
- Ethical responsibilities with the collaborative law process and understanding and addressing implicit bias.
Key topics to be discussed:
- The Collaborative Law Process Act and the collaborative law process
- Florida Rules for the collaborative law process and qualifications
- Benefits of E-mediation
- Ethical responsibilities with the collaborative law process
- What is Implicit bias?
For more information or to register, please visit: https://federalbarcle.org/product/evolving-trends-in-alternative-dispute-resolution/