Howard Bellman: Justice and Autonomy in Mediation – Video

Howard Bellman discusses the fact that he doesn’t think justice is being served much of the time, however, the focus is the autonomy of the parties and if they’re satisfied, the process is justified.

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Howard Bellman

Howard Bellman received his law degree from the University of Cincinnati and an L.L.M. in labor law from New York University. He served as Secretary to Wisconsin's Department of Industry, Labor and Human Relations under Governor Tony Earl's administration. He has extensive national and international mediation experience. He has mediated… MORE >

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