CLE Programs

Making Your Job Easier with ADR

Join the chair of the Trial Court’s Standing Committee on Dispute Resolution, the new chair of the Superior Court ADR Committee, trial judges and litigators for an open bench/bar discussion about how ADR techniques -- particularly mediation -- can help attorneys increase income and save clients money. In addition, panelists will provide alternatives for dispute resolution in a time of crowded dockets and backed-up/closed trial sessions. Discussion topics include:

  • What are the ADR options available for my pending case and how can I access mediation?
  • How attorneys can build ADR into their courthouse practices;
  • Views about the mediation experience of the Plaintiffs’ and Defendants’ Bar;
  • Why some trial judges favor mediation, and why others do not; and
  • How trial judges can promote ADR, particularly medication, for every pending case.

Important note on parking: Upon entering campus, turn left at the security booth and go straight to access he main parking lot. The parking policy at the BC Law campus requires all visitors to aprk in white-lined spaces. Please be aware that cars parked in yellow-lined spaces may be ticketed.

 

Faculty:

Hon. Mark D Mason, moderator
Springfield District Court, Springfield

Hon. Dennis J. Curran
Massachusetts Superior Court, Boston

Hon. Maynard M. Kirpalani
Massachusetts Superior Court, Boston

Brian C. Dever, Esq.
Keches Law Group PC, Taunton

Adam A. Larson, Esq.
Campbell Campbell Edwards & Conroy, Charlestown

John P. Donovan
CNA, Quincy

Sponsoring Sections:

Civil Litigation Section

Judicial Administration Section

Young Lawyers Division

Seminar
Date:Thursday, October 04, 2012
Time:5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
Location:Boston College Law School
Stuart Room 315
885 Centre St
Newton, MA, 02459
CODE: CLC13
Registration
This event is free.

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