WhenJanuary 14 - 18, 2019
Mediation Essentials: 40-Hour Basic Mediation Training
Approved 32 NV CLE credits, which includes 2 ethics credits
Dates: January 14-18 from 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Join us for this dynamic and interactive mediation training taught by Margaret Crowley. Teaching methods include lecture, videos, interactive exercises and coached mediation simulations. Students will have opportunities to play the role of a mediator under the supervision of experienced mediators, who will provide feedback to support and facilitate learning.This 40-hour training fulfills the requirements of most court-sponsored mediation programs.
Skills that will be taught:
- Conflict Theory
- Negotiation Methods
- Mediation Process
- Mediation Techniques
- Ethics in Mediation
- And more...
Who should attend?
Anyone who seeks to explore and better understand how to engage others in meaningful dialogue, de-escalate conflict, improve advocacy skills in a mediation/negotiation context, and develop lower-cost mutually beneficial, interest-based resolutions to litigated and non-litigated issues, problems, or disputes.
- Those seeking basic mediation skills
- HR professionals
- Business owners
- Health professionals
About the Trainer
Margaret M. Crowley, Esq., Adjunct Professor
Margaret has been licensed to practice law in Nevada since 1991. For over 15 years, Margaret served as a Civil Deputy District Attorney for Washoe County (Reno), Nevada. During that time, she practiced in multiple areas, including labor/employment law, contract law, litigation and administrative law, and in multiple settings such as mediations, arbitrations, administrative hearings and state and federal courts. Margaret has extensive training and experience as a mediator, enabling her to use her expertise in conflict resolution to help people define and resolve issues. Margaret has mediated over 600 cases in a wide variety of areas.
- Margaret has received specialized training in advanced mediation techniques, elder care, divorce and foreclosure mediation.
- Margaret has taught 40 hour mediation trainings for the University of Nevada Reno, the National Judicial College and the Nevada Supreme Court. She regularly presents to different groups, including the Nevada State Bar, on mediation and writes a bi-monthly column in the Washoe County Bar Association’s publication The Writ entitled “Mediation Matters.”
- Margaret is a member of the Nevada State Bar Association ADR Section, where she currently serves as vice-chair, as well as the State Bar Family Law Section, the Association for Conflict Resolution (ACR) and Nevada Dispute Resolution Coalition (past president).
Boyd students do not need to complete an application as You will be able to register for this course when the Spring registration opens.
The cost for the course is $1,100 (CLE and/or Mediation Certificate).
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About the Saltman Center for Conflict Resolution
Consistently recognized among the nation's top ten programs, the Saltman Center for Conflict Resolution provides a forum for the advanced study of the nature of conflict and how to resolve it. Through our scholarly research, coursework, lectures, conferences, workshops, and competitions, we explore a wide array of disputes—public and private as well as regional, national, and international.