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  • Association for Conflict Resolution -- Chicago Chapter - Improving the Chance of Success in Mediation Involving Multiple Parties” By Elizabeth Shampnoi and Leslie Berkoff
    Pearson Chicago IL 60611 Room CLC 522 Registered 17 registrants Registration Members Free Non Members Free Registration is closed Get a Grip Wrangling the Mediation Process to Improve Your Chances of Success in Multi Party Disputes Presented by ACR Chicago and the Center for Conflict Resolution in Chicago When Tuesday October 13th Where Loyola University School of Law 25 E Pearson Chicago IL 60611 Room CLC 522 Time 5 30 7 30pm While mediation provides a powerful tool for the resolution of multi party disputes the added complexity of facts legal issues and potentially competing interests of the various parties require that advocates and mediators utilize different techniques to achieve success This moderated discussion will explore ways to tailor the process to the needs of the multiple parties select an effective mediator manage competing interests and incorporate demands of the parties that might not have emerged in the original deal or transaction During this 90 minute program providing approximately 1 5 credits of CLE the expert panel consisting of experienced advocates in house counsel and mediators will share practical advice on how you can prepare for complex multi party mediations and optimize the effectiveness of the process Areas covered will

    Original URL path: http://www.acrchicago.org/event-2029315 (2016-02-12)
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  • Association for Conflict Resolution -- Chicago Chapter - Conflict Resolution Strategies in Islam, Christianity and Judaism
    in Islam Christianity and Judaism When 12 Oct 2015 4 00 PM 6 00 PM Location Newman Center at UIC 700 S Morgan St Chicago IL 60607 Registered 4 registrants Registration Members Free Non Members 20 00 USD Registration is closed Conflict Resolution Strategies in Islam Christianity and Judaism When Monday October 12 th Where Newman Center at UIC 700 S Morgan St Chicago IL 60607 312 226 1880 Time

    Original URL path: http://www.acrchicago.org/event-2029309 (2016-02-12)
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  • Association for Conflict Resolution -- Chicago Chapter - Saying No in a Positive Way with Bradley Ginn will now be held on September 9, 2015
    closed Please accept our apologies again Due to Yom Kippur we have changed the date of this event to September 9 2015 Saying No in a Positive Way with Bradley Ginn Have you ever wished you said No instead of Yes Or have you said No and hurt a relationship Whether and how we say No can influence the quality of our lives In this session participants will explore traps we often fall into in deciding to say Yes or No and how to say No in a way that stands up for your values without hurting relationships A 3 step process for saying No will be presented from the book The Power of a Positive No by William Ury Bradley Ginn became the first Employee Ombuds at Northeastern Illinois University in Chicago in July 2012 From 1995 to 2012 Brad mediated employment business real estate estate probate and construction disputes with JAMS In addition from 1997 to 2004 Brad served as Executive Director of the Center for Conflict Resolution CCR He first became involved with CCR as a volunteer mediator in 1993 and joined the staff as the Director of Training Services in 1995 He also taught Alternative Dispute

    Original URL path: http://www.acrchicago.org/event-2004524 (2016-02-12)
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  • Association for Conflict Resolution -- Chicago Chapter - Unpacking the Debrief Case
    neutralizing and brainstorming with the parties But what happens for the mediator once the case is over Join Rae Kyritsi from the Center for Conflict Resolution for an analysis and conversation on the power of debriefing the impact of processing mediator experience and the risk of practicing without a support system Rae Kyritsi is the Programs Director at the Center for Conflict Resolution a non profit in Chicago that provides

    Original URL path: http://www.acrchicago.org/event-1970247 (2016-02-12)
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  • Association for Conflict Resolution -- Chicago Chapter - Conflict Resolution In Action: Carpe Diem Education
    USD Registration is closed On Friday June 19 2015 from 12pm to 1pm ACR Chicago will host a lively and interactive lunch time discussion with Drew Edwards Executive Director of Carpe Diem Education Carpe Diem Education based in Portland Oregon provides three month and yearlong study abroad programs for young adults with an emphasis on community cultural immersion service learning and adventure For the first part of his presentation Drew

    Original URL path: http://www.acrchicago.org/event-1944331 (2016-02-12)
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  • Association for Conflict Resolution -- Chicago Chapter - ANNUAL MEETING AND PRESIDENT'S PROGRAM
    LLP 353 N Clark Chicago ACR Chicago is honored and grateful to have this event co sponsored this year by the Association of Attorney Mediatiors AAM The Compelling Power of Storytelling in Mediation Irv Levinson is a professional storyteller and improv performer trained at Chicago s Second City Training Center He is also a mediator arbitrator and trial lawyer Irv brings his legal and performing arts background to provide insights on how storytelling can be used in mediation to bring people together Irv s presentation will focus not just on an academic understanding of the role of storytelling in mediation but also on a how to utilize storytelling to create positive changes in parties cognitive and emotive perspectives on their disputes The audience will participate in Analyzing parties cognitive and emotive stories of dispute Successfully reframing those stories Framing powerful contrasting stories of the future effects of present courses of action Dealing with stories that demonize adverse parties Identifying effective metaphors of transformation and resolution Using stories to close mediations successfully So please bring your natural storytelling abilities the ability to think quickly and feel genuinely and be ready to learn and enjoy this very special program This presentation will

    Original URL path: http://www.acrchicago.org/event-1917655 (2016-02-12)
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  • Association for Conflict Resolution -- Chicago Chapter - PARENTING COORDINATION: THOUGHTS FROM THE BENCH
    website On the day of the program we will most likely not be able to accommodate individuals who have not registered in advance Materials for the program will be sent electronically in advance of the presentation to registered participants Rocio Muñoz Ph D Dr Rocio Muñoz is a clinical psychologist in private practice in Oak Park since 2002 After earning her M A and Ph D degrees at the University of Kansas she came to Chicago to complete her clinical psychology residency and post doctoral work at Rush University Medical Center She trained in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy CBT at the Beck Institute in Philadelphia and received her certification as a Master Trainer in the Chronic Disease Self Management Program from Stanford University A mediator since 1993 she further trained in conflict resolution through the American Academy of Forensic Psychology the Mediation Council of Illinois the Collaborative Law Institute of Illinois and the Parenting Coordination Institute In addition to clinical services Dr Muñoz currently provides a broad range of dispute resolution options for families that include mediation parenting coordination 604 b evaluation and child specialty services JUDGE EDWARD A ARCE Judge Arce was appointed by the Illinois Supreme Court as a Circuit Court Judge in February 2008 and was elected to a full six year term in November 2008 Judge Arce is assigned to the Domestic Relations Division Calendar 42 and currently sits in the Richard J Daley Center hearing contested trials extended hearings and emergency matters For approximately six years prior Judge Arce was assigned to the Sixth Municipal District and heard pre and post decree divorce cases and Independent Civil Orders of Protection Judge Arce attended the University of Illinois Chicago graduating in 1981 and attended IIT Chicago Kent College of Law graduating in 1985 Judge Arce was admitted to the Illinois bar in November 1985 and joined his longtime partner Leonard S Whitcup in forming the law firm Whitcup Arce P C where he practiced prior to Judge Arce s appointment to the bench Judge Arce is member of the Illinois Judges Association and the Hispanic Lawyer s Association of Illinois JUDGE MARK J LOPEZ Hon Mark J Lopez was appointed as an Associate Judge for the Circuit Court of Cook County in 1999 He was assigned to Juvenile Court Child Protection Division hearing abuse and neglect cases until his transfer to the Domestic Relations Division in August of 2002 where he has served for twelve years Judge Lopez began his legal career as a prosecutor for the Office of the Cook County State s Attorney s Office and also served as an Assistant Illinois Attorney General He was also engaged in private practice in Chicago s Pilsen community as a partner with the Law firm of Honoratus Lopez and Associates He is a member of the Illinois Family Law Study Committee the Circuit Court of Cook County s Domestic Relations Division s Policy and Procedures Committee the Illinois State Bar Association s Family Law Section the Hispanic

    Original URL path: http://www.acrchicago.org/event-1892190 (2016-02-12)
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  • Association for Conflict Resolution -- Chicago Chapter - Neuroscience Book Club- The Brain's Way of Healing by Norman Doidge
    No fee required Non Member 20 00 USD Registration is closed Description After reading the book please join us for an interactive engaging discussion of The Brain s Way of Healing by Norman Doidge a leader in the neuroscience field Book description They thought that the brain was too sophisticated for its own good That during evolution it became so complex that it lost the ability to repair itself and to restore lost functions or to preserve itself They were wrong Because it turns out that its very sophistication can be the source of a unique kind of healing The brain s way of healing It is highly recommended that you read the book before the meeting and come with some discussion questions and or thoughts on applying the information to practice This will help ensure a lively discussion and that members leave with concrete tips on how the information can inform our lives and work There will not be a presenter nor will there be books for sale at this event This is a book club discussion group Neuroscience research is rapidly expanding and many of the exciting new discoveries can be used to improve daily life and work

    Original URL path: http://www.acrchicago.org/event-1845303 (2016-02-12)
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