|Date(s):||8:30am-5:00pm, Monday, July 11 through Thursday, July 14, 2011|
|Location:||MCLE Conference Center, Ten Winter Place, Boston (directions)|
|CLE Credits:||30 substantive credits, 0 ethics credits|
In January 2005, Rule 8 of the Uniform Rules of Dispute Resolution took effect, providing system-wide standards for court-connected alternative dispute resolution services in Massachusetts. Rule 8's guidelines establish training, evaluation, mentoring, and continuing education requirements for mediators, among others. MCLE is pleased to present this four-day, thirty-hour workshop for mediators with a knowledge of basic divorce law.
This workshop trains mediators in the area of family law practice. Mediation is widely used in domestic relations matters, including divorce, custody, adoption, visitation, paternity, and other family law litigation. This training enables you to serve as a family law mediator incompliance with state requirements.
Basic mediation training emphasizes interactive participation and encourages "learning by doing." It includes a mixture of theory and practice that enhances the performance of trainees and provides a variety of learning techniques that reflect a sensitivity to individual learning styles. Lecture and role-play sessions cover basic considerations in the types of disputes addressed by mediation.
MCLE's Family Law Mediation training teaches you how to: