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How Mediation Serves Everyone in Conflict over Animals

September 27, 2017 – September 30, 2017 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM

Executive Office Suites of Ellicott City

3545 Ellicott Mills Drive
Ellicott City
United States

If you’re an animal advocate and involved in animal law and disability issues this focused mediation training is something you might want to consider attending.
This 40 Hour Mediation training is being offered in Maryland, September 27-30, 2017 8: 00 AM to 5:30 PM
The 40 Hour Training meets all Title 17 requirements and includes a comprehensive introduction to mediation practice theory, practice and skills development as well as ethics and practice development considerations.
Your instructors are: long time respected trainer and practitioner Cee Cee Paizs, ADR in ADA trailblazer Gary Norman, and ADR in Animal Conflict pioneer Debra Hamilton.
This is a unique opportunity to enhance your animal law practice by adding, better understanding and/or gaining mediation skills, training and required to be a court-annexed mediator while exploring and gaining exposure to several new areas of ADR practice application. Registration is limited to just 20 people and spots are filling quickly!
Follow this link to learn more and register…

Contact Name: Debra Hamilton
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