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  • Association for Conflict Resolution -- Chicago Chapter - Social Justice Critiques to Mediation & Crowdsourcing
    Benefit Parties in Mediation Presenters want to explore with the audience how and if crowdsourcing a tool for gathering information from a massive amount of people whom you may or may not know using an online platform may assist parties and their attorneys to both secure a private and individualized settlement through mediation while also contributing to the legal zeitgeist indicating trends in emerging legal areas This workshop will briefly summarize some of the historical arguments for and against the use of mediation in civil rights disputes and the resulting tensions these arguments create when advocates and clients face the decision to settle in mediation or litigate a claim Alan H Boudreau is a Visiting Clinical Assistant Professor at Northern Illinois University College of Law where he directs the Foreclosure Mediation Clinic and teaches Mediation and Negotiation He also teaches ADR at Chicago Kent College of Law Before teaching Professor Boudreau was an attorney mediator in private practice He is a volunteer mediator and trainer with the Center for Conflict Resolution and an arbitrator for the Cook County Mandatory Arbitration Program For the ABA he serves on the Publications Board of the Family Law Section chairs their ADR Committee and serves as the Section liaison to the SOGI Commission He also serves as a Family Law Track Chair for the Dispute Resolution Section Annual Conference Alyson Carrel is Assistant Director of the Center on Negotiation and Mediation at Northwestern Law She previously worked at the Center for Conflict Resolution in Chicago the Eighth Judicial Circuit of Florida and the Juvenile Mediation Clinic at the University of Florida School of Law Alyson received her J D from University of Missouri where she focused on ADR and was the Editor in Chief of the Journal of Dispute Resolution She received her B

    Original URL path: http://www.acrchicago.org/event-1880325 (2016-02-12)
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  • Association for Conflict Resolution -- Chicago Chapter - What Shaman Can Teach us About Conflict Part II with Elizabeth Clemants
    fascinating program on her work as a shaman and its applicability to mediation practice Join us for Part II when Elizabeth will share more information and continue the discussion Elizabeth has been a mediator in New York since 1997 After graduating from Columbia University with her Masters in Social Work Elizabeth went to work for the New York Peace Institute now Safe Horizon During her tenure she became a certified mediation trainer a certification she still holds In 2004 Elizabeth left Safe Horizon and opened her private practice as a professional mediator and coach She studied coaching from 2004 2006 and received her coaching certifications from Coaches Training Institute CTI She has additional training in Organizational and Relationship Systems Coaching ORSC developed by the Center for Right Relationship Elizabeth began to train in the healing practice of shamanism in 2007 after she met and had a profound life changing experience with a shaman in New York City She studied at the Four Winds Society from 2008 to 2010 and continues to train and be mentored by the shaman there to this day Elizabeth sees approximately 150 shaman clients a year in New York City Chicago Minneapolis and San Francisco She

    Original URL path: http://www.acrchicago.org/event-1783646 (2016-02-12)
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  • Association for Conflict Resolution -- Chicago Chapter - Neuroscience Book Club: Brain Rules by John Medina
    the book please join us for an interactive engaging discussion of Brain Rules by John Medina If workplaces had nap rooms multitasking was frowned upon and meetings were held during walks we d be vastly more productive Brain Rules reveals in plain English 12 ways our brains truly work Also check out brainrules net for videos and other resources supporting each chapter concept in the book Dr Medina discusses the latest research on brain science in a fun interesting and easy to follow manner This is an easy and fun read great for the busy holiday months coming up it is sure to make you laugh and think about the brain in a new way 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

    Original URL path: http://www.acrchicago.org/event-1783799 (2016-02-12)
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  • Association for Conflict Resolution -- Chicago Chapter - TalkAbout: Transformative Mediation Part II
    Professional Studies for hosting this event The Transformative Mediation Model is more than 20 years old It has been used by government agencies large defense contractors marriage counselors and divorce mediators hospitals nursing homes and more It has its own think tank and its own certification process The Method is not well understood outside its practitioners and has not been well accepted into the mainstream of mediation application Join Ed Sacks mediator and trainer who has extensive training in and has actively employed the Transformative Model for 15 years Ed speaks from an outsider s perspective not having been certified by the Institute for the Study of Conflict Transformation by his own choice He describes the Model and its practice and makes his own renegade observations Ed Sacks is a writer mediator and trainer He has convened approximately 1400 mediation conferences and worked with approximately 4000 participants since 1991 Ed has been honored by the Better Business Bureau as Arbitrator of the Year by the Center for Conflict Resolution as Peace Maker of the Year He holds a grant from the City of Chicago spanning from 1995 to the present for a housing conflict management and communications training program called

    Original URL path: http://www.acrchicago.org/event-1797640 (2016-02-12)
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  • Association for Conflict Resolution -- Chicago Chapter - Families, Holidays and Conflict with Margie Powers
    Powers practice focuses on mediation collaborative law and therapy with individuals couples and families In addition Ms Powers has served as a mediation and dispute resolution consultant to academic institutions governmental facilities Fortune 500 companies and non profit organizations After obtaining advanced degrees in psychology and social work Ms Powers began working in the fields of mental health foster care and community advocacy Thereafter Ms Powers transitioned to becoming an emergency room social worker at Ravenswood Hospital Chicago IL and later a medical social worker at Rush Presbyterian St Luke s Hospital Chicago IL Prior to entering private practice Ms Powers worked as a Divorce Mediator in the Cook County Domestic Relations Division IL where she was assigned to Judge Aaron Jaffe and Judge Susan Snow In her twenty eight years of private practice Ms Powers has facilitated over 7000 divorce and family mediation cases and more than 200 collaborative law cases Ms Powers educational clinical and professional background provides a unique perspective and expertise in the mediation field which is traditionally dominated by legal professionals Ms Powers embraces a collaborative model in her professional work often bringing in financial planners and attorneys to the mediation process Ms Powers is frequently sought out to deal with the most complex and dysfunctional of cases as she is particularly adept at dealing with severely fragmented and chaotic situations In recognition of her ongoing commitment and contribution to the fields of mediation and collaborative law Ms Powers has been honored with numerous awards including Volunteer Recognition Award The Academy of Family Mediators Paul Harris Fellow Rotary International Outstanding Contribution Award President s Award for Dedicated Leadership and Service and Commitment Award Mediation Council of Illinois and Appreciation Award for Leadership Collaborative Law Institute of Illinois Ms Powers has served as a board member

    Original URL path: http://www.acrchicago.org/event-1783623 (2016-02-12)
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  • Association for Conflict Resolution -- Chicago Chapter - Emotional Intelligence with Maureen Dorgan Clemens
    Spaces left 24 Registered 26 registrants Registration Member Registration Free No fee required Non Member 20 00 USD Registration is closed Learn the 5 levels of Emotional Intelligence Take an Emotional Intelligence Self Assessment and make your own Development Plan and learn about valuable Applications to your ADR practice The TalkAbout series is an informal conversation based lunchtime series We generally have one program a month alongside our regular evening

    Original URL path: http://www.acrchicago.org/event-1783617 (2016-02-12)
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  • Association for Conflict Resolution -- Chicago Chapter - Conflict Resolution Day 2014
    add you to the list Registration for this event is now closed although we welcome your attendance The event is free and open to the public You will need to show photo ID at security Alternative Dispute Resolution organizations will share information about their services and give attendees information on how they can get more involved in conflict resolution in their communities It is a fantastic opportunity for people inside

    Original URL path: http://www.acrchicago.org/event-855500 (2016-02-12)
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  • Association for Conflict Resolution -- Chicago Chapter - Pre-Mediation Submissions and The Joint Session: How to Add Value for Mediation Clients without Alienating them
    Free Non Member 20 00 USD Registration is closed Please join ACR Chicago for a special program in conjunction with Conflict Resolution Day This event will precede the networking event to be held at Much Shelist on the same day October 16th starting at 5 30 pm Bill Hartgering one of the most talented mediators in Chicago will give a talk on his experience with pre mediation submissions and using

    Original URL path: http://www.acrchicago.org/event-1769360 (2016-02-12)
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