Ethical Advocacy in Mediation (Ethics)
The Hon. Richard D. Taylor (Ret.) and The Honorable Thomas B. Hoover (Ret.) of The McCammon Group will discuss ethical responsibilities regarding mediation, including competence, communication, scope of representation, and diligence. Topics include how you can best talk with your client about mediation and how to prepare yourself and your client for a productive and successful mediation session. Judge Taylor and Judge Hoover will walk you through a mediation session, highlighting your ethical responsibilities regarding opening presentations, negotiations, and settlements. This program is anticipated to be approved for 2.0 hours of Ethics MCLE credit.
Time: 4:00 – 6:00 p.m.
Location: Eighth & Main Building, 2nd Floor Conference Center, 707 E. Main Street, Richmond
Cost: 75 for members
$150 for non-members
$40 for support staff
FREE if you paid your dues by September 1, 2019 – email Spotter@richmondbar.org
VISA & MASTERCARD ONLY
Ethical Advocacy in Mediation CLE Seminar (ethics)
Eighth & Main Building, 707 E. Main Street, 2nd Floor Conference Center