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The Opposite of “Judge Judy” in a Nutshell

In Judge Judy courtrooms parties are admonished for addressing each other ? instructed to only address judge. Mediation? The exact opposite. This is one of many differences highlighted in the pictograph below.

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Charles Hill

Charles A. Hill is a Tennessee Supreme Court "Rule 31" Listed Mediator.  He is a member of the Board of Directors of the Nashville Conflict Resolution Center and is authorized to practice in both Tennessee and California. MORE >

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