Mediation Apprenticeships, Mentorships, and Gaining That Coveted Experience!
The CPR Institute's Young Leaders in Alternative Dispute Resolution (Y-ADR) is proud to co-sponsor the NYCBA ADR committee event:
Please join us for a panel discussion focused on how and where to obtain the practical experience and mentorship you need to take your basic mediation skills to the next level, as well as how to join various mediation panels. Given the reality of COVID-19, there has been a greater demand for qualified mediators to serve their communities and the courts. Our panel of experts from Community Dispute Resolution Centers (CDRCs), state and federal courts, local organizations, and private practitioners – will talk about opportunities for participation by mediators with diverse backgrounds as well as the challenges the courts and the local communities are facing.
Members of CPR Y-ADR are able to attend this program for free.
Please visit the NYCBA's website to register or for more information.
Knar Nahikian, Attorney/Mediator, Founder of Knar Law & ADR
Chris Daly, Director of Mediator Education & Quality Assurance, New York Peace Institute
Antoinette Delruelle, Senior Staff Attorney, New York Legal Assistance Group (NYLAG)
Lisa Denig, Special Counsel for ADR Initiatives, New York Courts
Kenneth Neumann, Director, Center for Mediation and Training, Inc.
Rebecca Price, Director, ADR Program, U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York
Stephen Slate, Executive Director, Institute for Mediation and Conflict Resolution (IMCR)
Laura Waldman, Program Manager, Community Mediation Services (CMS)
Robyn Weinstein, ADR Administrator, U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of New York
Lynn Williams, Mediator, Institute for Mediation and Conflict Resolution (IMCR)
This program is co-sponsored by the CPR Institute’s Young Leaders in Alternative Dispute Resolution (Y-ADR), NYCBA’s Diversity, Equity and Inclusion and Minorities in the Profession Committees, Armenian Bar Association, Asian American Bar Association of New York, Hispanic National Bar Association, and Metropolitan Black Bar Association.