Marilyn McKnight: Belief that Mediation Needs to be Separate from Courts – Video

Marilyn McKnight discusses how court-connected mediators’ first duty is to the court, not the client.

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Marilyn McKnight

Marilyn McKnight has practiced exclusively in the field of mediation since founding Erickson Mediation Institute in 1977. A former member of the Board and former President of the Academy of Family Mediators (AFM), Marilyn served on the Test Design Project for the study of mediator certification. In 1996, she and… MORE >

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