Mediation is a becoming a popular way to resolve legal disputes -- and the need for qualified mediators is growing by leaps and bounds. If you're ready to explore a profession in this rapidly expanding field, start with Becoming a Mediator. This book is not only your guide to all the different career paths you can follow -- it helps you evaluate whether a career in mediation is right for you. Written for both lawyers and laypersons, Becoming a Mediator provides a complete overview of what mediation is, information on where to get training and certification, practical advice about finding -- or creating -- work, examinations of careers in mediation, mediation support and mediation-related fields and sample rules and standards of conduct. This book also includes state-by-state listings of mediation offices, plus a nationwide listing of mediation organizations and services.
|Edition description:||1st Edition|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.50(d)|
About the Author
Peter Lovenheim is a graduate of Cornell Law School, a professional mediator and author of Nolo's How to Meditate Your Dispute and Mediate Don't Litigate. He has served as legal counsel and director of program development for the Center for Dispute Settlement in Rochester, NY and was the founding president of Empire Mediation and Arbitration, a private dispute resolution company.