A mediator’s quintessential one-stop guide for tested techniques and sources.
Designed to guide the mediator, lawyer, advocate, student, and interested party who wishes to find an alternative to litigation. Mediation: A Practice Guide for Mediators, Lawyers and Other Professionals provides solid guidance on how to resolve legal disputes and other kinds of conflict commonly encountered in mediation matters. As practical as it is authoritative, this manual is your first stop for tested techniques and sources. The book references a variety of ethics codes, statutes, checklists, and other helpful sources for beginning and seasoned mediators alike.
David A. Hoffman is the founding member of Boston Law Collaborative, LLC, and teaches the Mediation course at Harvard Law School, where he is the John H. Watson, Jr. Lecturer on Law. David was named Boston’s “Lawyer of the Year” for 2014 in Collaborative Family Law by the book Best Lawyers in America and U.S. News & World Report and one of its Best Lawyers in ADR, Family Collaborative Law, Family Law Mediation, and Civil Collaborative Law. 2015 marks the ninth year that David has been named a Best Lawyer in at least one field. In July 2014, the American College of Civil Trial Mediators gave David its Lifetime Achievement Award.
|Author:||David A. Hoffman|
|Publisher:||MCLE, Inc. (Nov 2013)|