Mediation has become a prominent forum for resolving conflicts of all complexities, yet few lawyers are equipped with the skills needed to represent clients effectively in a mediation. Bruce Edwards, a lawyer and leading mediator, shares his list of essential skills for being an effective mediation advocate. He explains why young lawyers should seek training in mediation advocacy to add value to clients and expand their legal practice.
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