Maxine Baker-Jackson talks about the challenge of overcoming her tendency to judge during mediations.By Maxine Baker-Jackson
Joan Kelly describes what she things was the promise of the field when it was first being established.By Joan B. Kelly, Ph.D.
See all Course Previews at www.MediateUniversity.com. This is a preview to "Mediating Divorce Agreement," a 15 hour divorce mediation curriculum...By James Melamed, J.D.
Larry Fong talks about different processes of mediation trainings around the world and questions what types of trainings are the...By Larry Fong
Jay Folberg describes his start in the field, which came from himself and others trying to resolve conflicts and divorces between people...By Jay Folberg
Albie Davis shares a training experience she had where when the parties were silent at a climactic point, the mediators...By Albie Davis
Albie Davis shares her experience being at a conference and talking to a woman who had been through mediation, sharing...By Albie Davis
Albie Davis shares a story of neighbors who mediated and came up with a creative solution to their problem that...By Albie Davis
Clarence Cramer: Neutrality and Impartiality in Domestic Violence Issues - VideoBy Clarence Cramer
Ken Cloke talks about a training method he uses that makes mediators aware that they are no different than the...By Kenneth Cloke
James Coben discusses teaching law students skills of how to be an advisor to their client which involves alternative dispute...By James Coben
James Coben sees the practices of mediation and law as complementary. He believes the skills applied in mediation should be...By James Coben
James Coben describes two sets of risks in training collaborative lawyers - coerciveness and becoming too collaborative, which may end...By James Coben
Ken Cloke talks about how the concept of conflict resolution has come about in history in order to prevent catastrophes...By Kenneth Cloke
Ken Cloke describes the body, mind, emotions, energy, heart, and context as the six places where conflict happens.By Kenneth Cloke
Gail Bingham shares what interests her in mediating disputes and speaks of impartiality vs. neutrality.By Gail Bingham
Greg Bourne points out one early trend in the field - the emphasis that was put on increasing democracy. Now,...By Greg Bourne
Susan Carpenter talks about the work of Adam Curle who was a British academician; he defined the process of peace...By Susan Carpenter
In this clip, Susan describes a court case in which she tried a very innovative approach. She asked the community...By Susan Carpenter
Greg Bourne talks about the challenges many organizations have with lack of time, staff, and money in order to enter...By Greg Bourne
Susan Carpenter talks first about how a structured approach to dispute is good for volunteer mediation programs and how this...By Susan Carpenter
Juliana Birkhoff explains how she advises policy makers not to get recommendations from people involved unless they plan on implementing...By Juliana E. Birkhoff Ph.D.