Who should attend: Mediators, arbitrators, negotiators, and counsel in mediation.
Learning level: All levels
Dispute resolution like you've never seen it!
Are you familiar with the processes of negotiation, mediation, and arbitration? Do you know that studies consistently confirm that the most effective negotiators are collaborative, ethical, and interest-based—and are still able to handle aggressive approaches from others? Then it’s time to take your dispute resolution understanding to the next level. Join us in an exploration of the new and advanced developments in the field of dispute resolution and conflict management! Keynote speaker Cinnie Noble from Toronto headlines a faculty presenting on such diverse topics as conflict coaching skills, applied improvisational theatre, and embodied leadership. Expect a fun and dynamic day of wide-ranging ideas to add to your conflict resolution toolbox.
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At this conference you will...
- learn how tools from other professions may enhance your dispute resolution practice
- engage with colleagues in an exploration of new and exciting ideas in the field of conflict studies
- share perspectives on the history and future of dispute resolution practice in BC
Law Society of BC CPD Hours: 8 hours (a minimum of 1 hour will involve aspects of professional responsibility and ethics, client care and relations, and/or practice management)
Colleen Cattell, QC — Fitzpatrick & Company, West Vancouver
Professor Sharon B. Sutherland — Faculty of Law at Allard Hall, University of BC, Vancouver
Cinnie Noble — Cinergy Coaching, Toronto
EARLY BIRD (Register by April 28, 2014 and SAVE)
Live Course/Live Webinar: Regular $525 | Student $285 (live course only)
After April 28, 2014
Live Course/Live Webinar: Regular $585 | Student $325 (live course only)
Unable to attend without financial support? To learn more about CLEBC's Bursary Program click here and for our Easy Pay Plan click here.
Registration includes an electronic copy of the course materials, lunch, and a "Game Jam" reception.
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