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Hopes for Future of Mediation

This video is presented as part of Mediate.com’s 25th Anniversary Conference.

Margaret Shaw talks about what she hopes to see in the future for mediation: that mediation in schools will make a difference; certification regulations will form slowly, so as not to lose the flexibility of the field; that there will be an increased emphasis on collaboration in society.

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Margaret Shaw

Margaret L. Shaw, Esq. was widely respected for her persistence and creativity in reaching settlement and was sought after to design and implement innovative ADR Systems nationwide.  Margaret Shaw joined JAMS when ADR Associates combined their firm with JAMS in 2004. A former civil litigator, Ms. Shaw maintained an active ADR… MORE >

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