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Stacy Roberts
5 Tips to Prepare for Mediation
Stacy Roberts  Utah mediator Stacy Roberts shares tips on how to prepare for the best possible mediation experience.

Managing Editor
South Africa to Launch Court - Annexed Mediation in Mahikeng
Managing Editor  South Africa has officially launched the Court-Annexed Mediation in Montshioa Stadt Village, Mahikeng. The alternative dispute resolution mechanism will allow for a negotiated settlements and alleviate huge litigation costs.

William Ury
William Ury “Getting to Yes with Yourself” – 53 min. Video
William Ury  Renowned negotiation expert William Ury visited Google's Cambridge, MA office to discuss his book, "Getting to Yes with Yourself (and Other Worthy Opponents").

Managing Editor
Transformative Mediaton - Video
Managing Editor  Video on Transformative Mediation produced by Conflict Masters UK.

Managing Editor
DREAM: Dare to Revitalize Education through Arts and Mediation - Video
Managing Editor  Peer mediation video produced by ICHS peer mediation group.

Maria Eugenia Sole
Violencia Familiar y ODR - Video en Espanol
Maria Eugenia Sole  ¿Cómo podemos definir la violencia familiar? En primer lugar, podemos decir que la violencia familiar o violencia doméstica es cualquier forma de abuso entre los miembros de una misma familia, de un miembro a otro miembro. Este abuso generalmente causa un daño físico o psicológico a este miembro de la familia.

Kenneth Feinberg
Ken Feinberg on High Profile Dispute Resolution
Kenneth Feinberg  Well-known dispute resolution professional Ken Feinberg speaks on high profile dispute resolution and its relation to mediation.

Kim Lovegrove
Mediation-in-Depth Analysis - Video
Kim Lovegrove  Prof. Kim Lovegrove and distinguished lawyers look at Mediation as a dispute resolution process, its advantages, and disadvantages.

Brad Heckman
Mediation and Mindfully Getting in the Middle (Redux) - Video
Brad Heckman  In this insightful talk, Brad Heckman discusses mindfulness in conflict mediation. Using poignant humor and his own hand-drawn illustrations, Heckman effectively communicates the necessary balance of emotions, relief and reflection that mindfulness supports in the mediation process.

Alberto Elisavetsky
Online Dispute Resolution Conference Videos
Alberto Elisavetsky  An International Conference on Online Dispute Resolution, ODR2014, brought together the technology and dispute resolution communities, legal practitioners, mediators and other ADR professionals, academic researchers, financial institutions, ecommerce companies and social media companies, members of judiciaries worldwide, and social justice advocates using innovative technologies to leverage change. ODR2014 is the thirteenth ODR Forum and the first to be held in the United States. This article is a recording of one of the speakers, Dr. Alberto Elisavetsky.

L. Randolph Lowry
Pioneer Series: Negotiation is Replacing Litigation - Video
L. Randolph Lowry  Randy Lowry discusses how some have been resistant to mediation education, but how it has been successful in changing legal processes and preventing litigation.

Frank Sander
Pioneer Series: Concerns and Optimism for Future - Video
Frank Sander  Frank Sander reflects on his concerns within the field, which include the tension of quality vs. quantity of the practice, the lack of studies of cost effectiveness, disappointments with the court system fees, and the difficulty of getting more young people/apprentices into the field. However, he's optimistic about the future of mediation.

Richard Salem
Pioneer Series: CRS in Battle of Wounded Knee - Video
Richard Salem  Richard Salem describes agency cutbacks as Community Relations Service was preventing violence in the Battle of Wounded Knee.

Carrie J. Menkel-Meadow
Pioneer Series: Is Mediation A Field? - Video
Carrie J. Menkel-Meadow  Carrie Menkel-Meadow shares her thoughts about how mediation is a field, a sensibility a mindset that is shared and used in very different situations.

Joan B. Kelly, Ph.D.
Pioneer Series: Families Closer Post-Divorce - Video
Joan B. Kelly, Ph.D.  Joan Kelly describes a research finding which concluded that families who mediated during the divorce had father's who were significantly more involved in their children's lives twelve years post-mediation.

Howard Bellman
Pioneer Series: Mediators Use Instinct - Video
Howard Bellman  Howard Bellman talks about how little training and literature there was about mediation and being trained by senior mediators who used their instinct, which led him to mediate by instinct.

Chris Moore
Pioneer Series: Essence of Mediation - Video
Chris Moore  Chris Moore shares a piece of a Robert Frost poem which he thinks represents the essence of mediation: finding a common good among people with different interests and different needs.

Constance Ahrons
Pioneer Series: Old Dissolution Model Was Damaging - Video
Constance Ahrons  Constance Ahrons discusses the pre-joint-cutody model for the relationship between Ex-spouses. The cultural norm was to have no relationship, because that meant that the ex-spouses where hanging on.

Nina Meierding
Pioneer Series: Cultural Sensitivity while Training - Video
Nina Meierding  Nina Meierding discusses her approach to mediation training in other countries. This involves being culturally sensitive, not imposing the Western model as it may not be useful for other cultures and their ways of problem-solving.

Sid Lezak
Pioneer Series: Early Views of Field - Video
Sid Lezak  Sid Lezak talks about how he viewed the field when he first started out. It was like a 'religion' for him and any opposition or criticism made him even more dedicated to the practice and advocacy of mediation.

Nina Meierding
Pioneer Series: Gender and Culture in Mediation - Video
Nina Meierding  Nina Meierding explains putting theory to practice regarding studies of gender and culture in mediation. She describes being sensitive and respectful of diverse thought processes and communication methods.

Sid Lezak
Pioneer Series: Humor, Rapport, and Experience - Video
Sid Lezak  Sid Lezak describes how he uses humor to lighten the mood of parties coming in and help them focus on what is in their best interests. He also talks about his vast experience and how his responses can be somewhat automatic.

Chris Moore
Pioneer Series: Problem Solving vs. Transformative Mediation - Video
Chris Moore  Chris Moore talks about mediators who are problem solvers and those who attempt to transform the relationships and moral views of the parties; Moore's position is somewhere in the middle.

Kenneth Cloke
Pioneer Series: Mediation Skillset is Essential for our Survival - Video
Kenneth Cloke  Kenneth Cloke discusses the significance of mediation and how the world needs to learn these skills in order for us to survive as a species.

Jay Folberg
Pioneer Series: Field Combined Law and Social Work - Video
Jay Folberg  Jay Folberg describes early on in the field when he, as a lawyer, collaborated with psychologists and social workers and they learned from each other.

Roger Fisher
Pioneer Series: Working with People Who Don't Want to Negotiate - Video
Roger Fisher  Roger Fisher explains that when one party doesn't want to negotiate, talk to others around them to find out their motivations, interests, concerns, and worries. To have an intermediary to be the back-and-forth at first can provide a foundation for building up to a negotiation.

Joseph Stulberg
Pioneer Series: Successful Mediation Techniques in Complex Disputes - Video
Joseph Stulberg  Joe Stulberg shares how great mediators he's observed are very analytical and have a sense of pragmatic creativity.

Carrie J. Menkel-Meadow
Pioneer Series: Value-Based Mediation - Video
Carrie J. Menkel-Meadow  Carrie Menkel-Meadow talks about her early experiences with Gary Friedman and their efforts to bring humanistic psychology to law. The value-based mediation process still informs her practice.

Zena Zumeta
Pioneer Series: Evaluative Approach - Video
Zena Zumeta  Zena Zumeta explains the difficulties she sees with using an evaluative approach. However, she sees how it can be useful in a dispute where there is a power imbalance.

Leonard Riskin
Pioneer Series: Narrow v. Broad Problem Definition - Video
Leonard Riskin  Leonard Riskin explains narrow and broad problem definitions by a giving an example of settling a case where there was a breech of a business contract. A narrow problem definition sees a legal process whereas a broad problem definition allows more room for thinking about other causes of the conflict.

Michael Lewis
Pioneer Series: Asking Questions Instead of Giving Opinions - Video
Michael Lewis  Michael Lewis talks about argument prevention by asking questions instead of giving opinions within a discussion.

Nina Meierding
Nina Meierding: Culture and Gender Trailer - Video
Nina Meierding  Internationally prominent trainer Nina Meierding shares with her class how to be culturally sensitive during mediation with non-verbal cues.

Peter Adler
Pioneer Series: Mediation and Leadership with Philosophies - Video
Peter Adler  Peter Adler discusses mediation as a form of leadership. He also talks about his philosophy of when circumstance meets person: one can be a leader or a follower depending on their capabilities and values within that circumstance.

Juliana Birkhoff
Pioneer Series: Mediation is a Field - Video
Juliana Birkhoff  Juliana Birkhoff explains how her dissertation demonstrates mediation is in fact a field and that what is uniting among experienced mediators is the concept of power.

Teresa Wakeen
Pioneer Series: Being Neutral is a Myth - Video
Teresa Wakeen  Terry Wakeen explains that she believes being neutral is a myth. She still upholds her ethical duty, however, to not force her opinions and judgments on the parties.

Frank Sander
Pioneer Series: The Three Phases of Alternative Dispute Resolution - Video
Frank Sander  Frank Sander speaks of three phases he's noticed in ADR: the Pound Conference followed by ten years of experimentation. The next ten years was the incorporation and practice in law schools and court systems as well as discovering the weaknesses of the practice. The last ten years have been the institutionalization of the field.

John Paul Lederach
Pioneer Series: Conflict Management in Other Countries - Video
John Paul Lederach  John Paul Lederach continues to describe in detail how he observed partiality as a resource, not an obstacle in Latin America and the Middle East. Partiality meant being part of the network, being an insider, and someone to be trusted.

Donald T. Saposnek
Pioneer Series: Transcending Mediation Models - Video
Donald T. Saposnek  Don Saposnek describes how different mediation models, while they may have different qualities and values, are often blended together by experienced mediators.

Margaret Shaw
Pioneer Series: Teaching to Mediate - Video
Margaret Shaw  Margaret Shaw describes an effective way of teaching mediation. It involves classroom learning as well as shadowing experienced mediators to gain an understanding of the sense of process and flow.

Dane County Bar Association
Elder Care and Mediation - Video
Dane County Bar Association  The Dane County Bar Association's Case Mediation Program has produced videos to help the public understand and use mediation in the dispute resolution process.

Linda Singer
Pioneer Series: Skills of Successful Mediators - Video
Linda Singer  Linda Singer talks about how senior mediators achieve success: listening skills, gaining trust, discovering peoples' interests, spending the time with people, building relationships.

Greg Stone
Making Peace in Mediation: Authority, Rights, and Interests - Video
Greg Stone  This is one of a 40-day video reflection series about conflict resolution. It is produced by the Taming the Wolf Institute and discusses the use of power, rights, and interests in mediation.

Family Mediation UK - Video
 This video is produced by the Ministry of Justice in the UK . It highlights the benefits of using mediation for family cases.

ACR Presidential Speech 2013 - Video
 2013-2014 President of the Association for Conflict Resolution (ACR) delivers her first address as President at the 2013 ACR Annual Conference on October 11, 2013 in Minneapolis, MN

Kid ADR Conflict Resolution Rap - Video
 This video is a rap put together by children. Peer mediators and elementary school children discuss conflict resolution techniques.

TCM Business Mediation - Video
TCM TCM  The TCM Group workplace mediation video. TCM is a UK group designed to Train, Consult, and Mediate.

Nadine Hack
Nadine Hack TED talk on Allies - Video
Nadine Hack  Nadine defies the conception that seemingly opposite ideas can't work together by revealing the power of your humanity. A master bridge-builder, who has worked with Nelson Mandela and other leaders from all sectors, Nadine Hack has turned adversaries into allies throughout the world. Her pioneering work on engagement leadership and her unique framework Strategic Relational Engagement (SRE™) is based on decades of real-life success in bringing together diverse stakeholder to find common ground and achieve great goals.

Colin Rule
Colin Rule on Online Dispute Resolution - Video
Colin Rule  This is Colin Rule's excellent six minute presentation on Online Dispute Resolution from the Reinvent Law Channel. Colin is former director of online dispute resolution at eBay - Pay Pal.

Vintage ADR - Video
 This video was produced by Coronet Instructional Films in 1950. It shows schoolyard disputes and illustrated different suggestions for resolving them.

Mediation Demonstration - Video
 This full-length role-play mediation video, with explanations, was produced by O'Sullivan Solutions in February, 2013. This mediation role-play was demonstrated live in front of the faculty of law at Griffith College, Cork.

Tammy Lenski
Conflict Resolution Video: How To Argue
Tammy Lenski  The Argument Clinic is a Monty Python classic, funny because it magnifies the uncomfortably familiar habits some of us fall into. For more on how to argue effectively, check the list below the video.

Tammy Lenski
On Giving Advice - Video
Tammy Lenski  This one, It’s Not About the Nail, is a recent addition to my list, added after more than 15 readers and friends sent it to me over the past week!

Daniel Rainey
Interview of Daniel Rainey (video)
Daniel Rainey  This interview by Dave Hilton, host of the Conflict Specialists Show, with Dan Rainey, Chief of Staff of the National Mediation Board, addresses issues of labor-management mediation in the transportation sector and issues of online dispute resolution.

Jason Dykstra
Interview with Jason Dykstra on Social Media
Jason Dykstra  This interview of Jason Dykstra by Dave Hilton of the Conflict Specialists Show addresses such issues as social media and conflict; relational conflict; hot buttons and listening; conflict audits; and social media strategies.

James Coben
Mediation Case Law Video: Does Involvement of a Mediator Help Ensure Class Action Settlement?
James Coben  In Kakani v. Oracle Corp., the appellate court rejected the assertion that the involvement of a mediator helps to prove lack of collusion.

James Coben
Mediation Case Law Video: Enforcing Oral Mediation Settlement Agreement
James Coben  In the case Ledbetter v Ledbetter, the appellate court considered the issue of whether parties to a divorce mediation should be bound to a settlement orally dictated by the mediator and affirmed by parties and their counsel at mediation, which was later repudiated by one of the parties.

James Coben
Mediation Case Law Video: A Simple Mediator Mistake Leads to Big Problems
James Coben  In the case Catamount Slate Products v Sheldon, the appellate court reversed the trial court and refused to enforce an alleged oral mediated settlement where the intent of the parties to be bound was not established.

James Coben
Mediation Case Law Video: Those All-Day Mediations -- Maybe We Should Reassess?
James Coben  In the case In re Rains, the appellate court concluded that the bankruptcy court did not clearly err in finding a debtor mentally competent to enter into a mediated settlement, notwithstanding that immediately following the conclusion of mediation the debtor drove himself to the hospital where he was admitted and diagnosed with a cerebral aneurysm and stroke.

James Coben
Mediation Case Law Video: Divorce Agreement Complications
James Coben  In Guthrie v. Guthrie, the validity of a divorce agreement was called into question due to one party's state of mind at the signing. A complicating issue was husband's death during the proceedings.

James Coben
Mediation Case Law Video: Enforceable Mediation Agreement
James Coben  In Chesney v. Hypertension Diagnostics, the appellate court affirmed the trial court's conclusion that a mediated memorandum agreement is binding and enforceable despite the parties' failure to complete a more comprehensive settlement document.

James Coben
Mediation Case Law Video: Enforcing Old Agreements
James Coben  In Buckley v. Shealy, the appellate court decided to not to enforce a mediated divorce settlement, when the agreement is over a decade old and was never submitted to the court.

Lee Jay Berman
Interview with Lee Jay Berman
Lee Jay Berman  This video interview by Dave Hilton, host of the Conflict Specialists Show, with Lee Jay Berman, founder of the American Institute of Mediation (AIM) addresses issues of complex commercial mediation, attorney-mediators vs non-attorney mediators, fallacy of impasse, heavy metal mediators, transitioning from volunteer mediator to paid mediator and the mediator starter kit.

James Coben
Mediation Case Law Video: Including Arbitration Provision
James Coben  In Fair v. Bakhtiari, , the appellate course reversed the trial court's refusal to enforce a mediated settlement and compel arbitration pursuant to its terms because inclusion of the arbitration provision in the settlement was "consistent solely with an intention on the part of the parties for the settlement terms document to be enforceable or binding," thereby making the settlement admissible based on a statutory exception to inadmissibility where an "agreement provides that it is enforceable or binding or words to that effect."

Resolve-O-Matic (humor video)
Chip Rose, Donald T. Saposnek  Join Chip Rose and Don Saposnek for their tongue-in-check infomercial for Resolve-O-Matic. Hear about all of the many benefits and how Resolve-O-Matic will change your life for the better.

Mangled Roommate Mediation (humor video)
 Brittni and McKay seek help from a roommate mediator, a somewhat directive mediator that, ultimately, has a solution for all.

The EU Museum Mediators Project (video)
 Eva-Kaia Vabamäe reflects on her experience as a "Museum Mediators" course participant. Afterwards, the European dimensions and challenges arise in the difficult translation of the term "Museum Mediation" to Estonian.

Mediation Training Academy (humor video)
Chip Rose, Donald T. Saposnek  This tongue in cheek video shows two instructors at "The Mediation Academy" discussing mediation fee arrangements and 12 steps to avoid mediator emotional co-dependency. Be sure to to check out all of our continuing education offerings at University.

Nina Meierding
Culture & Gender Issues in Negotiation & Mediation (video)
Nina Meierding  This is a video sample from Nina Meierding's seven-hour online course on Culture & Gender Issues in Negotiation & Mediation. Go to University to review this couse and other continuing education opportunities.

Chip Rose
The Perfect Mediation (humor video)
Chip Rose  The Perfect Mediation is a 4 minute video showing how easy mediation can sometimes be. Be sure to to check out all of our continuing education offerings at University.

James Coben
Mediation Case Law Video: Authority to Settle
James Coben  In Fivecoat v. Publix Super Markets, Inc., the appellate court reversed the trial court's order enforcing mediated workers' compensation settlement, where the claimant's attorney did not have clear and unequivocal authority to settle on claimant's behalf.

James Coben
Mediation Case Law Video: Handwritten Agreement
James Coben  In Heaven & Earth, Inc. v. Wyman Properties Limited Partnership, the appellate court enforced a handwritten mediated settlement of lease extension by night club against challenge that parties' failure to reach full agreement on limitations and notice requirements for sound checks was a missing essential element that precluded enforcement.

Jim Melamed
Resolving Pressing Issues in Divorce Mediation (video)
Jim Melamed  This video on resolving pressing issues at the beginning a divorce mediation is from Jim Melamed's 15-hour "Mediating Divorce Agreement" course available at University.

Mint TV
Mediation Gains Popularity in India (video)
Mint TV  This excellent news report from India shows the new Delhi Mediation Center. Unfortunately, it seems that the sign above the door inadvertently says "Meditation Room." Oops!

Gabriel Cheong, Esq.
Family Basics and Divorce Mediation - Video
Gabriel Cheong, Esq.  Divorce and Family Mediation Basics Video. This is a question and answer video that tries to answer all of the basic divorce questions.

Workplace Conflict Training - Video
Fighting Fair  This workplace mediation training video demonstrates the mediation process and conflict resolution steps to resolve disputes in the workplace. ZZZZZ
Announcing University is thrilled to bring our extensive library of video courses and resources to you now by online video streaming. This means that you are now able to enjoy our fine courses and resources immediately, at any location, and at a meaningfully lower price. There is no more convenient or affordable way to take care of your continuing education needs.

United Nations ZZZZZ
UN Guide for Effective Mediation - Video
United Nations  With armed conflicts trending upward again and proving increasingly complex, the challenges are also mounting for mediators working to resolve them through negotiations. Newly developed guidance from the United Nations can help them to succeed, providing practical advice for navigating mediation processes effectively. This video describes the 8 UN fundamental guidelines.

Leo Hura
Mediation in Disability Cases - Video
Leo Hura  This video by Leo Hura shows a parent with a disabled child. She finds herself in a dispute with her school, but through the mediation process she reaches agreement with school regarding her disabled child in a culinary program.

Guhan Subramanian
PON Setting the Stage - Video
Guhan Subramanian  Professor Guhan Subramanian has created a video for Harvard's Program on Negotiation called Setting the Stage.

Mediation in Action - Video
 A workplace dispute between two colleagues has created an issue which is affecting their colleagues and the business. This video shows a real example interviewing the owner, both employees, and their mediator. They reflect on the process and how mediating has changed their business.

Michelle LeBaron
Exemplary Leadership: How Dispute Resolution Professionals Change Cultures - video and materials
Michelle LeBaron  In this address, Professor LeBaron explores how special education dispute resolution professionals can contribute to educational cultures of inclusion and creativity.

Bernard Mayer
Staying with Conflict: The Challenge of Engagement in the Face of Enduring Disputes - video and materials
Bernard Mayer  In his keynote address, Professor Mayer explores some of the characteristics and dilemmas of enduring conflict and ways that conflict resolvers can shift the narrative from one of prevention, management, and resolution to one of anticipation, support and engagement.

Michael Moffitt
The Four Ways to Assure Mediator Quality (and why none of them work) - video and materials
Michael Moffitt  What, if anything, reasonably provides mediation consumers with confidence about the quality of mediators’ services?

Diana Mercer
5 Sources of Conflict - Video
Diana Mercer  The 5 Sources of Conflict. This is an excerpt from a 25-hour basic family mediation training that is offered in the Los Angeles area by Diana Mercer.

Tim Hedeen
Ensuring Self-Determination Throughout Mediation: Ethical and Effective Practices in Screening Cases, Preparing Clients, and Avoiding Coercion - video and materials
Tim Hedeen  Disputants and mediators together determine a mediation’s success, sometimes only in retrospect. This interactive workshop explored opportunities prior to and during a session, when the mediator may support-even enhance-parties' abilities to make the most of their mediation experience.

Gregorio Billikopf
Reducing Defensiveness - Video
Gregorio Billikopf  This presentation introduces four specific steps for effectively transforming even the most provocative personal attacks into something constructive. Listeners may wish to also read Chapter 4 of Party-Directed Mediation, Interpersonal Negotiation Skills. April 2012, Duration: about 10 minutes plus homework.

Dr. Ellie Izzo
Collaborative Divorce Explained - Video
Dr. Ellie Izzo  Dr. Ellie Izzo, an expert in the field, explains the details and benefits to a Collaborative Divorce. She discusses how Tiger Woods decides to put his children first in an amicable divorce.

Jay Welsh
The Secret World of Mediation (humor video)
Jay Welsh  The team at JAMS has finally been able to videotape a mediation to present the mediation process. This video aims to increase transparency of the process and to help clients understand how hard mediators work for them. JAMS promises that this is a real mediation and that all of the participants have agreed to allow this video to be public.

Jim McCartney
What is Arbitration - Video
Jim McCartney  Jim McCartney, a Charter Arbitrator and Charter Mediator, talks about what arbitration is. He explains the process and the benefits to the clients. He says that the best way to think of arbitration is as a private court.

Greg Stone
Faith-Based Diplomacy - Video
Greg Stone  Faith-Based Diplomacy, an emerging discipline that seeks to integrate religion and politics in the cause of peacemaking and reconciliation, is explained by the Canon Reverend Brian Cox. Father Alexei Smith, Shakeel Syed, and Rabbi Mark Diamond share insights regarding the inter-faith dialogue that is such a vital step in peacemaking.

Sandi Sherr
Sandi Sherr Parenting Mediation - Video
Sandi Sherr  A welcoming message from Sandi Sherr, parenting mediator at Main Line Family Law Center, a law firm specializing in integrated divorce mediation practices, along Philadelphia Main Line.

Leo Hura
Avoiding, Preventing, Resolving Conflict - Video
Leo Hura  Leo Hura series and specials are media productions produced by volunteers using Olelo Community Media. This video is one in a series that shows a role play of the mediation process. Each video shows a different aspect of the process with a role play and a simulation.

Stanford School of Business
Stanford How to Negotiate - Video
Stanford School of Business  This is an instructional video produced by the Stanford School of Business. It covers the process of negotiation by Joel Peterson.

JK Belz
Elder Mediation - Video
JK Belz  Video where the owners of JK Belz Mediation and Crowley Legal Solutions discuss the mediation process. The owners also discuss their focus: elder mediation.

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Online Mediation Simulations via Skype - Video
Virtual Mediation Lab   A new pilot project by the Association for Conflict Resolution Hawaii Chapter to show how new and experienced mediators can practice and improve their mediation skills by participating with other mediators in online mediation simulations via Skype.

William Ury
The Walk From "No" to "Yes" - Video
William Ury  William Ury, author of "Getting to Yes," offers an elegant, simple (but not easy) way to create agreement in even the most difficult situations -- from family conflict to, perhaps, the Middle East.

Kenneth Feinberg
Straus Institute Conversation Series featuring Ken Feinberg (Video)
Kenneth Feinberg  The Straus Institute for Dispute Resolution debuted a new “Conversation” series on November 14, 2011, as part of their 25th anniversary celebration. “Straus Presents: A Conversation with Ken Feinberg” featured one of the best-known figures in the field of alternative dispute resolution in a ninety-minute interview conducted by Straus Institute academic director and William H. Webster Chair Tom Stipanowich. The interview focused on Feinberg’s early involvement as special master mediating the Agent Orange cases and other mass tort claims, his role as special master of the September 11th Victim Compensation Fund, and his current oversight of the Gulf Oil Spill Fund.

Kessler-Eidson Advanced Negotiation - Video
Kessler Eidson  Professor Paul Zwier discusses Advanced Negotiation techniques. This video is produced by the Emory School of Law.

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About Mediation Introduction - Video
Professional Mediation Associates  This professional video introduces potential clients to the mediation process. It shows the voluntary and confidential nature of the dispute resolution process.

Aboriginal Child Protection Mediation - Video
 An interview with an Aboriginal woman who talks about her experience with child protection mediation. She tells us how mediation helps both parents and child welfare workers who are unable to resolve a plan of care for a child, reach a decision together in a non-judgmental way.

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