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Section Newsletter Articles on Mediation

An inappropriate mediator By Hon. Michael S. Jordan, (ret.) Bench and Bar, May 2019 Judge Michael Jordan (ret.) reflects on his his experience during a mediation he attended for one of his relatives.
An inappropriate mediator By Hon. Michael S. Jordan, (ret.) Tort Law, April 2019 Judge Michael Jordan (ret.) reflects on his his experience during a mediation he attended for one of his relatives.
My path from mock trial to mediation By Kelsey Chetosky Law Related Education for the Public, April 2019 A third year law student discusses how her career interests shifted from litigation to mediation.
What every Illinois estate planner should know about elder mediation (part 2) By Roselyn L. Friedman Alternative Dispute Resolution, December 2018 Mediation can be a helpful tool for managing family disputes while protecting the lawyer from unnecessary risk.
Happenings Alternative Dispute Resolution, May 2018 Recent ADR events and updates from around the country.
The promises and perils of asserting the mediation privilege By Anna A. Corcoran and David C. Thies Alternative Dispute Resolution, May 2018 The mediation privilege purports to offer strong protection for communications that occur during the course of mediation, but attorneys must nevertheless be careful to avoid any number of pitfalls when asserting the privilege.
Mediating inter-cultural marital disputes By Diana Matesevic Family Law, February 2015 In order for the mediator to helpfully guide a couple through a marital conflict, he or she will need to gain an understanding of how culture and conflict are intertwined.

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