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The "Where, Why, and How" of Transformative Mediation: The New Transformative Mediation Sourcebook
Monday, May 16, 2011 12:00 Noon-2:00 PM,

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The New York City Bar’s, Alternative Dispute Resolution Committee Presents:

Join Professor Baruch Bush, co-author of Promise of Mediation, and co-editor of the new Transformative Mediation Sourcebook, as he presents an overview of this important new publication. He will also answer your questions about the transformative model, drawing upon the work of 19 expert practitioners and academics as included in the Sourcebook, including questions such as:

  • What place does transformative mediation have in court-connected programs?
  • Does transformative mediation produce resolutions? Does it produce “upstream effects”?
  • How can lawyers use transformative mediation for their clients’ benefit?
  • How can restorative justice practices be conducted within the transformative framework?
  • How has the transformative approach been used in public-policy, multi-party disputes?
  • What key differences are there between transformative and facilitative practice?

Come hear answers to these and other questions, based on the Sourcebook’s 24 chapters…

Luncheon will be held at the House of the Association: 42 West 44th Street, New York, NY 10036

Program Fees (including lunch): $30 Member/$40 Non-member; Sponsoring

Association Committee: Alternative Dispute Resolution, Peter H. Woodin, Chair