Joe Stuhlberg: Teaching Mediation Skills – Video

Joe Stulberg describes some teachable mediation skills – creating the physical environment and initiating discussion, identifying mediation vs. non-mediation issues, and propelling people to consider a variety of options.

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Joseph Stulberg

Joseph Stuhlberg is a John W. Bricker Professor of Law, The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law - John W. Bricker Professor of Law (2005-present) - Professor of Law (1998 - present); - Associate Dean for Faculty (2006 - 2009). MORE >

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