Mediation – Six Ways to be a Better Mediation Advocate

Mediation – Six Ways to be a Better Mediation Advocate

Advocacy is about influence and persuasion, a very important part of representing clients in mediation.

Lawyers who appreciate this tend to support their clients more effectively throughout the whole mediation process, from preparing for the meeting to drafting the settlement agreement.

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