Who should attend
PTRDRO171 - PLACEHOLDER - Target Audience
About the course
Strong ethical awareness is an essential competency for mediators and arbitrators. Alternative Dispute Resolution is no longer a risk-free environment for mediators and other neutrals. As codes of conduct and grievance processes proliferate and second-guessing and litigation increase, you must become better aware of the variety of ethical dilemmas you will face.
Ethics in Mediation and Arbitration improves your ethical awareness and develops your competency for addressing sticky ethical situations. In this course you'll gain the clarity about the ethics of neutral roles and practice techniques to apply in practice. Sarah Miller Espinosa, a skilled neutral and expert in ethics, will guide you as you explore complex and real situations and cases that present ethical challenges. This work will prepare you to act ethically in your work as a neutral.
Key course takeaways
- Shape expectations and handle or avoid ethical problems
- Examine the critical role of context, party expectations, and how variations in ADR settings impact your conduct as a neutral
- Explore how outcomes may vary under potentially relevant legislation, rules, and other authorities
Professional Work History: Arbitrator/Mediator (August 2013-present): serve as a labor arbitrator and workplace mediator; member of the American Arbitration Association (AAA) labor panel, Federal Mediation & Conciliation Service (FMCS) labor arbitrator panel, National Mediation Board (NMB) a...
Because of COVID-19, many providers are cancelling or postponing in-person programs or providing online participation options.
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