A civil case, on the rare chance it makes it to trial, averages costing $90,000, and clients are looking for other options. It is prudent for lawyers who emphasize alternative dispute resolution to have some extra tools in their tool kit.
Designed with that in mind, this program introduces some of those other alternatives and explores ways you can expand your alternative dispute resolution practice to address the changing landscape of dispute resolution.
- Dispute Resolution: The Other Alternatives
- Practical Techniques for Being the Calm Within the Storm When Facilitating Conflict Resolution
- Nonviolent Communication in Dispute Resolution
- DRC Rules and Standards Applied to the "Other Alternatives"
- The Many Roles of the Mediator
- Introducing Collaborative Practice to Your Dispute Resolution Toolkit
- Roy J. Baroff, NC State University Faculty & Staff Ombuds, Pittsboro
- Colleen L. Byers, Bell Davis & Pitt PA, Winston-Salem
- Deborah L. Dilman, Marcellino & Tyson PLLC, Charlotte
- Senior Business Court Judge James L. Gale, North Carolina Business Court, Greensboro
- Tara L. Kozlowski, NC Dispute Resolution Commission, Raleigh
- Frank C. Laney, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit, Cary
- N. Todd Owens, Dozier Miller Law Group, Charlotte
- John L. Sarratt, Harris Sarratt & Hodges LLP, Raleigh
- Ketan P. Soni, Hull & Chandler PA, Charlotte
- Mark A. Springfield, Springfield Collaborative Divorce, Raleigh
- J. Kim Wright, Conscious Contracting
March 12, 2020
NCBA Dispute Resolution Section
- Deborah L. Dilman, Marcellino & Tyson PLLC, Charlotte (Planner)
- John L. Sarratt, Harris Sarratt & Hodges LLP, Raleigh (Planner)
North Carolina: 6.75 MCLE/CPE Hours
1.00 Substance Abuse/Mental Health
2.00 NC Dispute Resolution Commission CME
See pricing below. Discounts may be available for NCBA members who are students, law professors, judges or legal services/public interest attorneys. Call CLE at 800.228.3402 for details.