Med-Arb: Combining the benefits of mediation and arbitration into one process
Thursday and Friday, October 1 and 2, 2020
9:00 am - 5:30 pm (both days) via webinar only
As this course is being offered remotely and will involve interaction from all participants periodically throughout both days, a computer or other device equipped with a camera and microphone will be required.
Who should attend: Mediators, arbitrators, parenting coordinators, and counsel attending med-arb
Learning level: All levels
Have you heard about "med-arb"? In med-arb, the "med-arbitrator" first attempts to help the disputing parties work out an agreement in a mediator's role, but should mediation fail, the med-arbitrator can then assume the role of an arbitrator and render a binding decision. This course will take you through the key issues and elements of this innovative and exciting dispute resolution technique. You will explore the advantages and disadvantages of med-arb, review relevant med-arb case law, and practise the skills required for the med-arb process.
Join us and add another dispute resolution tool into your toolkit today!
After taking this course, you will be able to:
- understand the qualities and skills required for a med-arb process
- assess whether med-arb is an appropriate dispute resolution tool for your files
- determine the necessary requirements in a med-arb agreement
- identify the unique ethical and professional standards issues applicable to the med-arb process
Law Society of BC CPD Hours: 16 hours (including a minimum of 2 hours pertaining to professional responsibility and ethics, client care and relations, and/or practice management.)
Carol W. Hickman, QC — Virgin Hickman, Vancouver
Arlene H. Henry, QC — Arlene H. Henry Law Corporation, Vancouver
Register by Sept. 4/20
After Sept. 4/20
|Registration includes an electronic copy of the course materials.
Unable to attend without financial support? Learn about our Bursary Program and Easy Pay Plan.
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