Wheeler, Terry: Incomplete Training Can Be Damaging – Video

Terry Wheeler describes a court program where attorneys receive mediation training for a week. He shares his concern that most of the attorneys having gone through the program call themselves mediators when they’re really just trying to settle cases.

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Terry Wheeler

Terry Wheeler is engaged in the private practice of law with the Columbus firm of Artz & Dewhirst. His areas of practice include employment, business, and criminal law. Mr. Wheeler also serves as a co-director for the Center for Dispute Resolution. In addition he is an adjunct professor, teaching negotiation,… MORE >

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