CLE: ADR 2019–Using Alternative Dispute Resolution to Navigate Rights
Don’t miss this full-day seminar on May 29 in Springfield that helps you navigate your client’s rights through peaceful resolution. Learn how its use is evolving in Illinois, how the Illinois Supreme Court views it, and how court-annexed arbitration programs are working throughout the state. Additional topics include: how the Illinois Supreme Court Rule 310 provides an alternative means of resolving certain civil appeals through their Appellate Settlement Conferences; who governs commercial dispute arbitrations; how to use technology to accomplish alternative dispute resolutions remotely; the judicial perspective on court-annexed mediation, including which cases should be referred to mediation; the ethical considerations of handling alternative dispute resolution cases; and the best practices mediations should use when engaging in a dispute.
The program is presented by the ISBA Alternative Dispute Resolution Section. It qualifies for 6.25 hours MCLE credit, including 6.25 hours Professionalism, Civility, or Legal Ethics credit (subject to approval).