CLE Programs and Trainings

Negotiation and Dispute Resolution Program Trainings, CLEs, and Speakers

The Negotiation and Dispute Resolution Program sponsors trainings, CLE programs, and lectures each year for students, faculty, and the community. The program co-sponsored the required Advanced Mediation Training for Court Certified ADR Neutrals with the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Missouri in 2006 and 2011.

Recent Negotiation and Dispute Resolution Program Speakers

Marilyn Berger - Seattle University, “Out of the Ashes: Exploring the Legal and Emotional Ramifications of the 9/11 Victim Compensation Fund [view video]
Jennifer Robbennolt - professor of law, Illinois, Mea Culpa: The Role of Apologies in Legal Decision-Making [view video]
Wilma Liebman - chair, National Labor Relations Board, The Revival of American Labor Law [view video]
Jeff Giddings - professor of law, Griffith University, ADR in Australia: From Indigenous Culture to Modern Day Co-Option by the Courts [view video]
Betty Oyella Bigombe - fellow, Woodrow Wilson International Center, The Challenges of Mediation: Peace Negotiations with the Lord’s Resistance Army in Uganda [view video]
Marc Galanter - John and Rylla Bosshard Professor of Law & South Asian Studies, University of Wisconsin, Fewer Trials, More Law, More Jokes [view video]
Kenneth Feinberg - Fund Special Master, Negotiating the September 11 Victim Compensation Fund: Mass Tort Resolution Without Litigation [view video]

Negotiation and Dispute Resolution Program (CLE)

The Negotiation and Dispute Resolution Program partners with U.S. Arbitration & Mediation Midwest, Inc., to provide low cost, one-half day CLE programs on ADR topics at the School of Law for students, practioners, and the community approximately four times a year.  Practioners may view the videos on-line to receive MCLE credits. 

For more information on upcoming trainings or to register, please call Professor Karen Tokarz, Director, Negotiation and Dispute Resolution Program, at  tokarz@wulaw.wustl.edu or call Kelly Spiller at (314) 231-4642, or kspiller@usam-midwest.com.  Register online at http://www.usam-midwest.com/edurfs.html

UPCOMING CLE PROGRAMS  

Upcoming programs will take place on February 21, 2014 and April 4, 2014. More information forthcoming.
 

Video Collection of Past Trainings 

2014

  • Ethics and Current Issues in Representing in LBGT Community - February 21, 2014 [view video]

2013 

  • Electronic Evidence, Ethics & Electronics, and Online Dispute Resolution - September 13, 2013 [view video]
  • Negotiating & Litigating Civil Rights and Serious Property Damage Cases, and the Legal Ethics of Technology – January 18, 2013
  • Pulling back the Curtain on Plaintiff and Defense Caucuses, Mortgage Loan Foreclosure Mediation; Ethics of Failing to Supervise Staff & Associates – March 22, 2013 [view video]

2012 

  • The Missouri Non-Partisan Court Plan, ADR in Discovery, and Class Action Basics” -  September 21, 2012 [view video]
  • Multi-Party Negotiations and Medicare Set Aside Evaluation and Medicare Liens in 2012 - April 13, 2012 [view video]
  • Negotiating & Resolving Disputes: Better Business Bureau & Car Dealers; Over Commitment; Elder Law; and Risk Management - January 20, 2012 [view video]

2011 

  • Mediation, Civil Rights, Ethics & Legislative Change - October 14, 2011 [view video]
  • Negotiating Solo, Mid-Life & Senior Professional Transitions: Financial & Ethical Implications- April 8, 2011
    [view video]  
  • Advanced Mediation Training for Court Certified ADR Neutrals - February 18, 2011
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  • Current Issues in Probate Practice & ADR - January 21, 2011
    [view video]

2010 

  • Current Issues in E-Discovery & ADR - October 29, 2010
    [view video]
  • Current Issues in Law & Neglotiations - May 14, 2010
    [view video]
  • Current Issues in Construction Law Arbitration - January 22, 2010
    [view] Save the Date Flyer

2009 

  • "Business Law: ADR" - September 18, 2009
    [view video]
  • Consumer, Medicare & Family Law, and the Ethics of Lawyer Marketing - April 3, 2009
    [view video]
  • Current Issues in Civil Practice and ADR - February 20, 2009
    [view videos - Part 1 & Part 2

2008 

  • New Trends & Challenges in ADR:  Here and Around the World - November 21, 2008
    [view videos - Part 1 & Part 2]
  • Ethics in Litigation, Practice & ADR - September 12, 2008  
    [view flyer]
  • New Topics in Law and ADR: Missouri Non-Partisan Court Plan, Immigration, Eminent Domain, and Elder Law - April 18, 2008
    [view flyer]
    Part 1 : Judicial Selection and the missouri Non-Partisan Court Plan (Hon. Michael Wold and Charles Harris) and Immigration Issues (Suzanne Brown and Katie Herbert Meyer)
    [view video]
    Part 2 : Eminent Domain (Jerry Wallach and Stanley Wallach) and Elder Law Issues (Tena Hart and Mavis Kennedy)
    [view video
  • Important Internet Legal Issues: Cyber Stalking, Identity Theft, E-discovery, and On-line ADR - February 8, 2008
    [view videos - Part 1 and Part 2]

2007 

  • Arbitration Training - November 16, 2007
    [view videos - Part 1 and Part 2]
  • Current Issues in the Law & ADR: Employment Law, Juvenile & Domestic Law, Government Law & Intellectual Property Law - September 28, 2007
    [view video]
  • Winning in Litigation and Dispute Resolution: Critical Decision Making for Litigators - What Judges, Litigators & Mediators Recommend - April 20, 2007
  • Current Issues in the Law - Tort Reform - February 2, 2007
  • Ethics in Your Practice: Professionalism, Current Issues in Legal Malpractice, Everyday Ethical Considerations, and Negotiation Ethics - September 15, 2006
    [view video]

2006 

  • Conflict Management for Lawyers and Their Clients: Pro-Active Methods of Managing Conflict When Time, Money, and Relationships Count - April 21, 2006
    [view video]
  • Experts Pull Back the Curtain on the Negotiation/Mediation Equation - February 17, 2006
    [view video]

2005 

  • To Arbitrate or Not To Arbitrate - November 4, 2005
    [view video]
  • What the New Missouri Statutes Mean to You - September 16, 2005
    [view video]
  • Recent Developments in Recognizing and Resolving the Business Dispute: The Employee Perspective - April 22, 2005
    [view video]
  • Keeping Up-to-Date: Recent Developments in the Law for the General Practitioner - February 25, 2005
    [view video]

2004 

  • Recent Developments in Recognizing and Resolving the Business Dispute: The Company View - November 12, 2004
    [view video

Civil and Family Mediation Trainings 

C.J. Larkin, ADR adjuncts and local experts
C.J. Larkin (standing), ADR adjuncts
and local experts present an interactive
training program on basic mediation
and family mediation at the
School of Law.

The Negotiation and Dispute Resolution Program provides three and five day Mediation Training CLE certification programs for lawyers and members of the community approximately three times a year.  This training emphasizes conflict resolution theories of negotiation and mediation, strategies and skills for ethical mediators and attorney advocates, the mediation process, family legal issues, and family dynamics.  

  • Feb. 6-8, 2008 
    Springfield, Missouri
    Basic Civil Mediation Training (2.5 days)
    Presented in Collaboration with Missouri State University
    C.J. Larkin, WULAW, Principal Trainer
    Assisted by a panel of Mediation Practioners
     
  • Feb. 6-10, 2008
    Springfield, Missouri
    Family Mediation Training (5 days)
    Presented in  Collaboration with Missouri State University
    C.J. Larkin, WULAW, Principal Trainer
    Assisted by a panel of Family Mediation Practioners
     
  • Feb.8-10, 2008
    Springfield, Missouri
    Employment Mediation (2.5 days)
    Presented in Collaboration with Missouri State University
    C.J. Larkin, WULAW, Principal Trainer
    Assisted by Trainers from the EEOC (Equal Employment Opportunity Commission)

    Click here for more information, including registration.

For more information on the Springfield, MO mediation training, please contact C.J. Larkin, Administrative Director, Dispute Resolution Program, Washington University School of Law, at (314) 935-4125, or larkin@wulaw.wustl.edu.  

Click on the links below for examples of previous trainings: