Public Policy Mediation Course, offered by the Program on Law and State Government, offers 24.0 hours of CLE credit and also satisfies Indiana Civil Mediation Training requirements. Join us for this ever-popular semi-annual one week intensive class. January 7-11, 2013.
January 7, 2013 - January 11, 2013
Program on Law and State Government event
Public Policy Mediation Course
CLE: 24.0 Hours
Location: Room 267, Inlow Hall, 530 W. New York Street, Indianapolis, IN
Contact: Sylvia Regalado at 317-274-1914, firstname.lastname@example.org
PUBLIC POLICY MEDIATION COURSE, offered by the Program on Law and State Government, offers 24.0 hours of CLE credit and also satisfies Indiana Civil Mediation Training requirements. Join us for this ever-popular semi-annual one week intensive class. January 7-11, 2013
The Program on Law and State Government will be sponsoring the course entitled "Public Policy Mediation within State Government" for the Spring Semester, January 7-11, 2013.
The course is of particular interest to practicing attorneys, municipal and state lawyers, judges and professionals in all public policy fields. Attorneys receive 24.0 CLE credits in addition to the 40-hour Civil Mediation training certification.
COMMENTS ABOUT THE COURSE:
- "Great class - one of the best that I have had!"
- "This was a great course. Interesting and stimulating. Even if I never serve as a mediator, this course has benefited me as a lawyer."
- "This course addressed every concern I had about mediation, including strategizing, caucusing, developing issues and marketing yourself. I really learned a great deal."
- "The caliber of the speakers was excellent. I really enjoyed role playing because it was hands on."
- "A fascinating and intensive introduction to civil mediation. The instructors brought a wealth of experiences, styles and knowledge to the course. It was fun."
- "This is an excellent course for those involved in public policy determination and dispute resolution. Those involved in other broad policy concerns (hospitals, education, economic development) would profit from attendance as well."
COURSE ADVISOR, MEDIATION TRAINERS, AND EXPERTS
Due to the unique nature of the course structure, specifically, a combination of mediation training, substantive law instruction, and experiential learning, the course will be taught by a team of mediation experts and educators.
The primary mediation trainer will be John Krauss, Course Director, an experienced mediator and educator who is qualified to conduct basic mediation training under the Indiana Supreme Court Rules. Additional trainers and qualified experts will assist in teaching the 40-hour course with respect to lawyers and litigation, public policy mediation, mediation in the state government setting, areas of substantive law, and interpersonal communication skills and dynamics.