Osgoode Professional Development
1 Dundas Street West., 26th Floor
Mediation plays a critical role in our justice system. It requires a special skill set and it raises unique challenges both for mediators and counsel representing clients in mediation. Mediators must constantly strive to stay on top of new and developing issues while continuing to hone their skills. Counsel must also keep abreast of developments so that they can achieve the best possible results for their clients.
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7 Ways to Make Your Next Mediation Successful, By Jeffrey Krivis, First Mediation Corporation
On 24th September Kluwer and the International Academy of Mediators (IAM) hosted their inaugural mediation webinar – ‘7 Ways to Make Your Next Mediation Successful’. Attendees joined from all over the world. Don’t worry if you couldn’t attend on the day – we’ve posted the webinar on YouTube, and it can be viewed here.
On May 15, 2014 the International Academy of Mediators partnered with the Winkler Institute of Dispute Resolution at Osgoode Hall law school and brought together a cross-section of the top commercial litigators in the country
for the Winkler Institute's inaugural event. It was a CLE day entitled Effectively Representing your Client in Mediation. From the United States distinguished fellows: Denise Madigan; Eric Galton; Jack Waddey; and Marvin Johnson teamed up with distinguished fellows from Canada, Jon Fidler; Rick Russell; Cliff Hendler; and Paul Iacono, who organized and chaired the event...read more!