60 Minutes

Mediation as an alternative dispute resolution process has become increasingly popular in recent years. It has become equally popular as an alternative career for litigators and retired/retiring judges, with the result that the field is now crowded with practitioners. Establishing and maintaining a mediation practice can be challenging, with a relatively small percentage of the mediators receiving the greatest share of the available work. With that in mind, how can you improve your chances of attracting a following and attaining success in the mediation field?

In this recorded webinar, expert mediator and arbitrator Judith P. Meyer provides a recipe for becoming a mediator, including necessary ingredients and how they can be used and combined to create opportunities for success.

This presentation will help you refine your analysis of the field and your future as a mediator by examining these questions and others:

Should I even think about becoming a mediator?
How do I get started?
What training is most useful?
What organizations are helpful to join?
What type of resources should I be researching?

Judith Meyer, J.P. Meyer/Commercial Dispute Solutions Haverford, PA

The AAA does not offer CLE in any jurisdiction for our on-demand programs, but you may be able to use a copy of the certificate available at the conclusion of the course to submit for CLE credit on your own (we recommend that you confirm availability of CLE in your jurisdiction for this type of course).