40-Hour Negotiation and Mediation Intensive Workshop, January 14 to 18, 2013
The next 40-Hour Negotiation and Mediation Intensive Workshop will be the week of January 14, 2013. This workshop is for people interested in learning theories of communication, negotiation, mediation, and conflict and the skills and techniques to apply them to practice. This course … Continue reading
40-Hour Basic Mediation Course Set for August 2012!
40-Hour Basic Mediation Course Set! THINK. CREATE. LIVE. This course is approved by the Utah State Court as a certified 40 hour mediation training required to be on their Roster of Mediators. The dates and times of this course are … Continue reading
Get Your Ethics and Professionalism Credit Before June’s End
Attention fellow Utah Attorneys: I AM is offering you 2 opportunities to get your ethics credit and 1 opportunity to get your professionalism and civility credit before the end of June deadline. Visit our Events page to learn more.
Josh Speaking at ABA Annual Conference in Chicago
Josh will be speaking at the ABA annual conference in Chicago in August. He is honored to speak with Heather Scheiwe Kulp of Resolution Systems Institute (RSI). They will be speaking on mediation and conflict management systems in the context … Continue reading
Josh speaking at 2012 UCCR Symposium
Josh will be speaking on Technology & Tools for Mediation & Problem Solving, Thursday May 17, 2012.
Christian Clinger Honored to Speak at Chamber West Event
Christian Clinger will be the keynote speaker at the Chamber West Professional Network luncheon on Thursday, October 27, 2011. He will be speaking on the differences between mediation, arbitration, and litigation.
Christian Clinger Speaking to BYU Law Students
Christian Clinger will be speaking to students at the BYU law school on Wednesday, October 26, 2011 about mediation ethics and conflict resolution. Christian received his bachelor’s degree from BYU and enjoys returning frequently to present and teach on mediation … Continue reading
Nine Essential Takeaways From The Fed’s Report On Foreclosure Prevention
In his report, they use mainly New England examples to explain why some state foreclosure mediation programs work, why some don’t, and how states can fix their systems and prevent more foreclosures. They note as an FYI that Massachusetts is … Continue reading