RSI Board Member Alyson Carrel Presents at Court-Annexed Mediation Seminar

Just Court ADR by
Susan M. Yates, Jennifer Shack, Heather Scheiwe Kulp, and Jessica
Glowinski.

In February, RSI Board Member Alyson Carrel was the featured speaker at the Cook County, Illinois, Law Division Court-Annexed Mediation Seminar. Alyson’s presentation entitled “Bringing Technology into the Mediation Room” generated a lively discussion about online dispute resolution. Alyson’s talk touched on the current role technology plays in our daily lives, how legal practitioners are utilizing technology, and the opportunities for mediators to use technology to enhance their mediations.

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Nicole Wilmet

Nicole Wilmet is the RSI Resource Center Director. She joined the RSI staff March 2017 as Resource Center Director. In this role, she is the court ADR information guru. As the Resource Center Director, she responds to court ADR inquires and also researches, writes and publishes information on RSI’s online… MORE >

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