Conflict Resolution Minnesota's Annual Conference

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ConflictResolution Minnesota's Annual Conference
Friday, May 4, 2018
8:15 - 4:15
Metropolitan State University - NEW LOCATION!
New Main Building
700 East Seventh Street
St. Paul, Minnesota 55106

Keynote Speaker: Sharon Press – Professor of Law and Director of the Dispute Resolution Institute at Mitchell Hamline School of Law
Keynote Topic: Reflect and Refresh – Where We've Been and Where We Could Go

Early Bird Registration open until Friday, April 13th, 2018!

(Become a Member to receive registration discounts and other benefits including:
Mentorship, Public Education, Networking, and Accredited Continuing Education)

13 Breakout Sessions Include:

Register online now and select your sessions.

"Building an ADR Practice and Demystifying ADR Rosters"
Linda Mealey-Lohmann, Esq.
Mealey-Lohmann Mediation & Dispute Resolution

"Remote Mediation: Skills for Mediating from a Distance"
Sharon Press, J.D.
Dispute Resolution Institute at Mitchell Hamline School of Law

"Mediation and Domestic Abuse: Always or Never?"
Antoinette Vacca, J.D.
Washington County - Family Court Services

"Negotiation Coaching for Mediators"
Susan Mainzer, J.D. and Aimee Gourlay, J.D.
Mediation Center

"Mediation and the Art of Possibilities"
Araela Kumaraea, Lecturer, University of Minnesota

"Strategies to Resolve Impasse in Divorce Mediation"
Marilyn McKnight, MA, AM and Stephen Erickson, J.D.
Erickson Mediation Institute

"Arbitration: When is Arbitration the Best Solution to a Dispute?"
Paul Jacobsen, J.D. - Jacobsen Law, PLC
Pete Obermeyer - Arbeider, Inc

"Housing Stability Through Mediation"
Beth Bailey, Sandy Moberg-Walls, Christopher Mendez
Community Mediation & Restorative Services, Inc

"Diversity Discussions: Introduction working with Somali clients/families"
Fatumo Isse

"Resolving Conflict in Secure Settings: Opportunities and Challenges"
Sue Stacy and Sarah King
MN Dept. of Corrections

"Restorative Family Group Conferences in Schools"
Sarah Davis, J.D. and Chelsea Schmitz, J.D.
Legal Rights Center

"20 Years of Community Conferencing"
Cynthia Prosek
Restorative Justice Community Action

Ethics in Alternative Dispute Resolution

We are applying for a total of 6 CLE credits, including 1.5 Ethics CLE, 1.5 Elimination of Bias CLE, 6 Rule 114 credits and 6 CEUs applied for to the Minnesota State Board of Social Work.

Lunch is provided by Alimama Catering and Parking is Free!!!!!

Registration is available an www.conflictresolutionmn.org

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