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Using Interpreters in Mediation

Most veteran mediators and advocates support having a mediato or co-mediator who is competent in the cultures and languages of the disputants. Having a bi-lingual mediator who possesses cultural competency, understands gender sensitivities and is knowledgeable in the subject matter of the dispute is valuable in many cases.

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Bernard Nguyen

Described as being at the cutting edge of our profession and a beacon of peace, justice, and mercy in the community, Bernard Dang Nguyen is the Founder and Executive Director of PAXific Dispute Resolution Center in Dallas, Texas where he provided arbitration, mediation and ADR consulting services, researched, authored, translated… MORE >

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