W. Michael G. Osborne, Cassels Brock & Blackwell LLP
Myriam Seers, Savoie Laporte LLP
Effective advocacy demands an understanding of the procedural and strategic nuances of alternative resolution processes. Attend this interactive program designed for all practice areas and learn practical techniques that are critical to your success as an advocate at mediation and arbitration. The morning session will feature lively panel discussions and analysis of best practices for mediation advocacy. The afternoon will highlight practical tips and strategies for effective arbitration advocacy.
Join us for a single half-day session or stay for the full day of ADR programming.
This program qualifies for The Advocates’ Society’s Alternative Dispute Resolution Skills Certificate Program. The Certificate can be earned by successfully completing three modules of the alternative dispute resolution curriculum within a three year period. Individuals who meet these requirements receive a Certificate of Completion evidencing their knowledge of core alternative dispute resolution competencies.
Registration includes educational materials, which will be provided prior to the program. Registration also includes access to the live webcast recording for 30 days from the date the link is sent to you.
Further to the recommendations of Ontario's Chief Medical Officer
on November 14, 2022, masking indoors is strongly recommended for attendees of this in-person event.
All health and safety protocols remain subject to change as public health measures in the Province of Ontario continue to evolve.
*Due to ongoing concerns with COVID-19, this program may be delivered entirely online. We will keep you informed as public health regulations continue to evolve.
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