This interactive course of study focuses on developing the knowledge and skills necessary to mediate disputes, represent clients in the mediation process and for use in the workplace and everyday interactions with others. Those attending include judges, attorneys, mediators, corporate executives and institutional administrators.
May 1, 2, 3, 7 and 8, 2014
- All classes from 8:00 am – 5:30 pm -
Faculty: Mary Pat Benz, Katheryn M. Dutenhaver, Stanley Sklar, James L. Simon, Jill Tanz, and Select Guest Presenters.
ILLINOIS MCLE: Up to 40 credit hours
Court Panel Approvals: Law and Chancery in Cook County, IL.
Enrollment: Limited number
Mediation: The Roles of Advocate and Neutral: by Dwight Golan and Jay Folberg (ISBN 978-0-7355-9968-0) is used in this course. It is available at Barnes & Noble, 1 East Jackson Blvd, Chicago, Illinois. Go to Lower Level and ask at Information Desk.
For more information, please contact:
Professor Katheryn M. Dutenhaver, Director, DePaul Center for Dispute Resolution, firstname.lastname@example.org, 312, 362-8368 or
Rhea Alexis Banks, Assistant to the DePaul Center for Dispute Resolution email@example.com, 312-362-7271.
DePaul Center for Dispute Resolution
Effective legal advocacy includes the prevention of disputes through sound business planning and the resolution of disputes through advice and counsel regarding the appropriate use of alternative dispute resolution processes. Clients rely on lawyers to help them integrate alternative dispute resolution processes with traditional litigation to achieve a resolution that integrates business solutions with legal remedies. To meet the needs of today’s clients and to fulfill the increasingly mandated obligations found in statutes, court rules and professional codes of conduct, lawyers are required to have an understanding of all areas of negotiation, mediation, arbitration and litigation.