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This presentation and these materials were offered at CADRE’s Fifth National Symposium on Dispute Resolution in Special Education during October 2011. Be sure to review CADRE's Video Resource Center from the Symposium. Support for the Symposium and video development was generously provided by the JAMS Foundation and the Office of Special Education Programs at the U.S. Department of Education.
Drawing on the academic and professional literature as well as extensive experience across civil, community, restorative justice and public policy contexts, this workshop considered promising practices regarding case screening and client preparation before mediation.
The thorny ethical issues of pressure and coercion during mediation were also examined through case studies, theoretical bases, and practical implications.
|Session Transcript (TimothyHedeenTranscript.pdf)|
|Session Powerpoint (HedeenBreakoutScreeningPreparationCoercion.pdf)|
Tim’s articles have appeared in Mediation Quarterly, Teaching Sociology, and the Penn State Law Review, Conflict Resolution Quarterly, The Sociological Quarterly, and Justice System Journal, and Family Court Review.
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