James Alfini: Concern: Lawyers Trained to Evaluate Cases, Not Mediate – Video

James Alfini shares his concern of lawyers being trained to do case evaluations instead of mediation, but still using the term ‘mediation’ when they’re doing case evaluations.


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James J. Alfini

James Alfini has been very active in the field of ADR for two decades. He served as Director of Research and Assistant Executive Director of the American Judicature Society from 1976 to 1985. In 1985, he accepted a position as Professor at Florida State University College of Law and Director… MORE >

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