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Mediation representation advocating as a problem-solver (in any culture or country) by Harold I. Abramson

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Published by National Institute for Trial Advocacy in Louisville, CO .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Mediation,
  • Dispute resolution (Law)

Book details:

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

StatementHarold I. Abramson.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsK2390 .A92 2010
The Physical Object
Paginationxxxix, 484 p. :
Number of Pages484
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24117869M
ISBN 109781601561084
LC Control Number2009050585

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  In the second edition of his award-winning book, Harold Abramson offers a framework for representing clients in mediation in the form of his Mediation Representation Triangle that emphasizes knowing how to negotiate effectively, how to enlist mediator assistance, and how to develop a mediation representation plan that meets clients' interests, overcomes . Checklist for Preparing Case and Mediation Representation Plan Success in mediation is inextricably dependent on devoting the time and effort necessary to prepare properly and thoroughly for the mediation session. This chapter canvasses what needs to be done. (And, much needs to be done which is why this chapter is the longest one in the book.)File Size: KB. "Without doubt the best book of its kind, teaching lawyers and law students how to be effective problem solvers and advocates in mediation processes. This book combines all the new learning, scholarship and practice of the essential forms of legal problem solving for justice, effectiveness, mutual gains, and generally good representation in a Price: $ Mediation representation. [Harold I Abramson] This is a practical and comprehensive guide that illustrates the key skills and techniques required in mediation advocacy. the foundation of the book --Negotiating in mediations --Familiarizing yourself with mediation --Counselling your client about mediation --Negotiating an agreement to.

  This book, first published in and recipient of the CPR International Book Award, offers a comprehensive approach to teaching and learning mediation representation, beginning with the initial client interview and extending through post-session representation. The book is designed to serve as a treatise for practitioners and a textbook for Author: Harold I. Abramson. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Includes index. Description: xxvii, pages ; 26 cm: Contents: Negotiating in mediations --Familiarizing yourself with mediation --Counseling your client about mediation --Negotiating an agreement to mediate --Preparing your case for mediation --Preparing your client for mediation --Appearing in the . This Book Chapter is brought to you for free and open access by the Faculty Scholarship at Digital Commons @ Mediation Privilege and Confidentiality and the EU Directive Michel Kallipetis 1. Overview Mediation Representation: Representing Clients Anywhere. Hal Abramson has been on the forefront of defining and developing the field of mediation representation by researching and formulating materials, publishing articles and a book (treatise), training lawyers, and teaching law students throughout the United States and abroad.

  Learn the Mediation Representation Triangle to negotiate as a problem-solver, enlist mediator assistance, and develop a mediation representation plan that meets your client s interests, overcomes impediments, and shares information :   In the second edition of his award-winning book, Harold Abramson offers a framework for representing clients in mediation in the form of his Mediation Representation Triangle that emphasizes knowing how to negotiate effectively, how to enlist mediator assistance, and how to develop a mediation representation plan that meets clients' interests, overcomes 2/5(1). Mediation (German: Vermittlung) in Marxist theory refers to the reconciliation of two opposing forces within a given society (i.e. the cultural and material realms, or the superstructure and base) by a mediating r to this, within media studies the central mediating factor of a given culture is the medium of communication itself. The popular conception of mediation refers to . Assuming that the attorney, as is required, assesses the goals of the client, the attorney begins mediation representation by explaining the process, carefully assessing which mediator is best.