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Wheeler, Terry: Discussing Licensing and Certification – Video

Terry Wheeler explains how he doesn’t see the field of conflict resolution as ever developing licenses to practice, but does see more development of certifications.


Terry Wheeler

Terry Wheeler is engaged in the private practice of law with the Columbus firm of Artz & Dewhirst. His areas of practice include employment, business, and criminal law. Mr. Wheeler also serves as a co-director for the Center for Dispute Resolution. In addition he is an adjunct professor, teaching negotiation,… MORE >

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