Maxine Baker-Jackson: Mediation in California’s Public Sector – Video

Maxine Baker-Jackson shares how mandatory mediation came about in California with support from the judges.

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Maxine Baker-Jackson

Maxine Baker-Jackson, J.D., LCSW, R.N., Director and Mediator, Los Angeles County Superior Court, Dependency Court, Los Angeles, CA. Maxine was supervisor and mediator in the Los Angeles County Superior Court, Conciliation Court/Civil Mediator Panel, a member of AFCC, SCMA, CDRD, former Board member of AFM, and current ACR member. She… MORE >

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