40-Hour Basic Civil Mediation
Co-taught by Lela Porter Love and Josh Stulberg, is a 40-hour course that explores conflict resolution, negotiation, and mediation theory through lectures, discussions, demonstrations, exercises and role-plays. The course will look at each stage of the mediation process and various attendant strategies and skills. Participants gain a deeper understanding of both conflict and the dynamics, benefits, constraints, and skills needed in third-party intervention in settling disputes.
What you will learn:
• A deeper understanding of information gathering
techniques and communication skills
• Confidentiality in mediation and its limitations
• Legal and policy issues in mediation
• The impact of cultural and other diversity on conflict and
• Mediator orientation and styles
• Ethical issues in mediation
Both instructors bring a wide range of knowledge and
experience to this course and will ensure a fruitful learning experience.
When: May 13th - 17th, 2019, 8am to 5pm
Location: Idaho Law and Justice Learning Center, 875 Perimeter Drive, Moscow, Idaho 83844
Registration: Web: www.uidaho.edu/nwidr, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
FOR MORE INFORMATION, contact Cindy Maylott at the University of Idaho College of Law: 208-885-6541 or 1-877-200-4455 or uidaho.edu/nwidr.
A seven (7) days’ notice is required if you must cancel your registration. You will receive a full refund, less a $75 administration fee. There is no refund for cancellations received less than seven days before the start of the training. Substitutes allowed.
On-site registration and sign-ins are Monday, May 13 from 7:00 to 8 a.m.
FEES: $1025 Fees cover the cost of course materials, continental
breakfast and certificate of completion.
LODGING: Not included.
CREDIT: Approval for Idaho CLE credits pending. Idaho Continuing Education Units (CEUs), a nationally recognized measure of professional development, may be available upon request with at least two weeks advanced notice from the University of Idaho.
SPECIAL NEEDS: Please call 1-877-200-4455 for special needs requiring reasonable accommodations.
COURSE CANCELLATION POLICY: The Northwest Institute for Dispute Resolution reserves the right to cancel any course with seven days’ notice.