Design Thinking Applied to Mediation: Taking Advantage of the Informal and Non-Adversarial Nature of the Mediation Process
Join us for a free CLE Webinar at noon Wednesday, August 28, 2019
Taking a fresh approach to mediation preparation and participation can help lawyers enhance client, and professional development, outcomes.
Join us from noon to 1:00 p.m. on Wednesday, Aug. 28, as UWWM Mediator April Walker, joined by veteran UWWM Mediator Lawrence Kolin, discuss how "design thinking" the mediation process can promote the concepts underlying mediation in Florida. This complimentary CLE is approved by the Florida Bar for 1.0 hour of general CLE credit.
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April Y. Walker
Recognized by her peers in 2018 as a Florida Legal Elite in commercial litigation, April Y. Walker was a shareholder at a national law firm when she determined to focus her practice on ADR exclusively. She joined Upchurch Watson White & Max in 2018, making the transition to full-time mediator with significant litigation experience representing corporate clients in a wide array of litigation matters in state and federal court. Ms. Walker is certified to mediate circuit civil and appellate matters in all Florida circuits. She is also certified to mediate U.S. District Court matters pending in the Middle District of Florida.
A full-time neutral engaged in Alternative Dispute Resolution of state, federal and appellate cases throughout Florida, Lawrence has been recognized as AV® Rated, a Super Lawyer™, Legal Elite and premier member of the National Academy of Distinguished Neutrals. The National Law Journal named Mr. Kolin a Litigation Trailblazer™ for his innovative work in mediation and arbitration. He is also a noted speaker, lecturing at universities and even the Advanced Judicial College, and writing for publications, such as the Orange County Bar Association Briefs, and his officially listed ABA Journal "Blawg," Orlando Mediator.
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