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  • New York State Dispute Resolution Association, Inc.
    to nourish your career Access to academic publications various specialty providers and other great services are available in categories such as Education Marketing Insurance Retirement Business Needs Networking and Discounts WANT TO LEARN MORE Visit our Membership Page and review our entire list of new benefits Support NYSDRA by becoming a member for as little as 25 THE WINTER 2015 EDITION OF Conflict Resolution Quarterly IS AVAILABLE Log in to access it Not a NYSDRA member Click here to join today The New York State Dispute Resolution Association Inc NYSDRA is a not for profit membership organization committed to the promotion of quality conflict management and peaceful dispute resolution Through leadership education promotion of professional standards and training and development of innovative statewide programs NYSDRA provides opportunities for people communities organizations and businesses to effectively respond to conflict Our members consist of volunteers individual practitioners conflict management professionals from a variety of industries and the Community Dispute Resolution Centers CDRCs that service the 62 counties throughout New York State With the continued support of our members and i n partnership with the CDRCs we provide services to over 74 000 New York residents every year Stay Connected Member Login Remember

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  • About Us - New York State Dispute Resolution Association, Inc.
    are provided through our statewide membership of individual practitioners and Community Dispute Resolution Centers CDRCs Our Mission The New York State Dispute Resolution Association Inc NYSDRA is a not for profit professional membership organization committed to the promotion of quality conflict management and peaceful dispute resolution Through leadership education promotion of professional standards and training and development of innovative statewide programs NYSDRA provides opportunities for people communities organizations and businesses

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  • Our History - New York State Dispute Resolution Association, Inc.
    to serve as a neutral organization between the Judicial Branch of government the Unified Court System and other state entities in response to the growth of the community dispute resolution DR movement Since 1996 NYSDRA has also served as the professional association for DR experts practicing outside of the Unified Court System Contracts are administered by NYSDRA and subcontracted by its member Community Dispute Resolution Centers CDRCs which provide direct mediation arbitration and other alternative forms of DR services NYSDRA s first contract was in 1989 with the New York State Division of Housing and Community Renewal Throughout the 1990 s and 2000 s several additional contract programs were secured including the Lemon Law Arbitration program the Special Education Mediation program and the New York State Agricultural Mediation Program NYSAMP NYSDRA opened membership beyond the CDRCs in 1996 to include individuals both the volunteer practitioners who mediated for the centers as well as private practitioners in the field The expanded membership better reflected the evolution of the field and encouraged all practitioners to interact and learn from one another By providing training advocacy networking opportunities and a variety of valuable services to DR professionals NYSDRA has been instrumental in the

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  • Staff - New York State Dispute Resolution Association, Inc.
    and divorce mediator since 1991 He is certified by the NYS Unified Court System as a mediation trainer and has led a variety of trainings on conflict resolution and mediation in diverse settings Peter brings a wealth of experience in constructively managing disputes and managing change between individuals and within organizations He has successfully facilitated a wide variety of small and large group meetings in both public and private sector Peter received his Bachelor of Science degree from Cornell University and his Juris Doctor degree from Howard University School of Law CHRISTINE TAUZEL New York State Agricultural Mediation Program Manager 518 687 2240 x 14 christine nysdra org Christine joined NYSDRA in 2009 as the Program Manager of the New York State Agricultural Mediation Program NYSAMP Prior to joining NYSDRA Chris worked as a Constituent Aide for NYS Senator James L Seward and more recently as a Temporary Program Technician for the USDA Farm Service Agency in Delaware and Otsego Counties Prior to her employment with Senator Seward she had been active in 4H Farm Bureau and Cornell Cooperative Extension Chris family operates a dairy farm in Otsego County She is a graduate of Cornell University ELISE FRIELLO Lemon Law Arbitration Program Manager 518 687 2240 x 16 elise nysdra org Elise joined NYSDRA in 2015 as the Lemon Law Arbitration Program Manager She has a background in public administration and earned a Master of Public Administration in 2013 Prior to joining NYSDRA s staff Elise interned with NYSDRA for nearly a year while attending Albany Law School where she graduated in May She was first introduced to the field of alternative dispute resolution as an intern with NYSDRA and studied mediation and negotiation during her graduate schooling CARLA SCHLIST Membership and Communications Manager 518 687 2240 x 10 carla

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  • Board of Directors - New York State Dispute Resolution Association, Inc.
    As an active member of NYSDRA for approximately 12 years he currently mediates divorce custody and visitation special education agricultural landlord tenant and community disputes in several counties LJ also serves as a mediator for the Juvenile Restorative Justice program Department of Justice and as a panel representative for the NYS Surrogate Decision Making program In addition he is an arbitrator for the New York State Lemon Law program member of the Arbitration Panel for the Erie County Bar Association and is a member of the Corning Inc Labor Grievance Arbitration panel He also serves on the Board of Directors of the New York State Council on Divorce Mediation NYSCDM and is a member of the Academy of Professional Family Mediators APFM William Conine Bill is a Navy veteran and a graduate of Cornell University with a degree in communications He retired in 2015 after 40 years in the insurance industry including assignments in marketing agency communications followed by division leading responsibilities in information technology operations human resources facilities and enterprise project sponsorship Bill has led and served on several other volunteer boards Donna Durbin Donna is the Director of Monroe County Programs at Center for Dispute Settlement in Rochester She has worked with the Center for Dispute Settlement since 1993 and has been a certified mediator with the center since 1980 She implemented one of the first Custody Visitation C V Mediation Programs in the state and is a certified C V trainer as well Donna received her Master s Degree in Criminal Justice from Keuka College in 2011 Her insight into the workings of a CDRC make her a perfect fit for the NYSDRA Board of Directors Brad Heckman Brad is chief executive officer of the New York Peace Institute one of the nation s largest conflict response agencies He is also an adjunct professor at New York University s Center for Global Affairs where he received the Excellence in Teaching Award Brad serves on the boards of the National Association for Community Mediation and the New York City Peace Museum David Karp David is Professor of Sociology and Director of the Project on Restorative Justice at Skidmore College in Saratoga Springs New York His scholarship focuses on restorative justice in community and campus settings and on prison programs preparing inmates for return to the community He is also a volunteer mediator and a restorative justice facilitator and trainer David received a B A in Peace and Conflict Studies from the University of California at Berkeley and a Ph D in Sociology from the University of Washington Jack Kellogg Jack is a freelance computer instructor with Kellogg Computer Training Solutions who has owned several businesses for the past 35 years He volunteers for the Canandaigua Chamber of Commerce serves on their ambassador committee and is a Rotarian He is also a volunteer mediator in C V FDM and a certified arbitrator in Lemon Law and FDA Simon Kyriakides Simon is Senior Counsel at American Arbitration Association where he

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  • Dispute Resolution (DR) - New York State Dispute Resolution Association, Inc.
    evaluate solutions or resolve conflicts Neutrals do not take sides or represent the parties Dispute resolution is an interdisciplinary field that attracts neutrals from backgrounds such as law human resources business and social work In New York the most popular types of DR are mediation and arbitration Although people used to think of DR as an alternative to the court system the two approaches to conflict management often work closely

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  • Types of Dispute Resolution - New York State Dispute Resolution Association, Inc.
    their dispute The conciliator does not have the authority to impose a settlement and usually speaks with the parties separately Facilitation involves a neutral who helps members of a group to define and meet their goals exchange ideas and information solve a problem or hold effective meetings Mediation is a method for discussing problems and exploring solutions with the help of a trained neutral Mediators help people communicate clearly and negotiate effectively Mediators do not take sides give legal advice make decisions about resolutions or impose solutions Mediation is private and voluntary Research shows that mediation frequently results in agreements that are voluntarily followed because they are created by the people directly involved Neutral Evaluation is conducted by a neutral with the expertise to hear arguments and predict the likely outcome in court The evaluator may also provide guidance and settlement assistance with the parties consent Arbitration is a formal proceeding that uses one or more neutrals to listen to evidence and render a decision The decision may be binding or non binding Litigation is a legal dispute argued in court Attorneys help negotiate a resolution or a judge or jury makes a decision The people directly involved have little control over the process or outcome Other Processes Consensus Building is a process of negotiation that crafts an outcome to which all participants can agree In tailoring the agreement participants seek to resolve or mitigate objections of the minority to achieve the most agreeable decision Consensus is usually defined as meaning both general agreement and the process of getting to such agreement Restorative Justice encompasses victim survivor centered processes that address harm from crime bullying and violations of legal and human rights Restorative resolutions engage those who are harmed wrongdoers and their affected communities in search of outcomes that may

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