MEDIATION INSTITUTE: FOCUS ON FAMILY LAW INCLUDING ETHICS AND PROFESSIONALSIM & SOCIAL MEDIA/RESEARCH ENGINES
|NOVEMBER 12||Registration 12:30 p.m. | Seminar 1:00 - 4:20 p.m.||3.0 CLE/CME Hours||Register|
WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Rule 31 Listed Mediators and all attorneys that represent clients in family law mediation. Attorneys who want to stay-up-to-date on the ADR Commission’s new policies and recent advisory opinions and rulings, draft effective parenting plans, and recognize key internet issues.
Learn about the latest ethics and professionalism issues, recognize important points in drafting parenting plans, and discover key social media and search engine issues.
1:00 – 2:00 p.m. MEDIATION ETHICS AND PROFESSIONALISM UPDATE
- 1. Learn the ADR Commission’s new policies and proposed amendments to Rule 31
- 2. Find out the ADR Commission’s recent advisory opinions and grievance rulings
- 3. Hear about recent Tennessee cases on mediator ethics and professionalism
- 4. Recognize issues in mediating with pro se clients and distinguishing legal information
from legal advice
FACULTY: MARGARET M. HUFF
Margaret Huff Mediation
2:00 – 2:10 p.m. BREAK
2:10 – 3:10 p.m. PARENTING PLAN BASICS
- 1. Learn how to fill out a parenting plan with your client
- 2. Find out the latest changes to laws effecting the Parenting Plan
- 3. Recognize the pitfalls to avoid when dealing with holiday time
- 4. Learn ways to avoid future litigation by making your client’s
parenting plan as specific as possible
FACULTY: KIMBERLY K. SCHREIBER
Akers & Schreiber
3:10 – 3:20 p.m. BREAK
3:20 – 4:20 p.m. MEDIATION, SOCIAL MEDIA AND SEARCH ENGINES
- Learn about the top 15 social media sites (FB, Twitter, Instagram, tumblr, Pinterest, Vine) and the top social media sites for both professional mediators and law firms
- How did they find that out about me online?
Find out how search engines gather and post information about you and your practice, and why your brand image can suffer in the online hands of disgruntled clients and limit your effectiveness.
- Did you hear the one about…?
Discover how you can limit what others view about you and your practice online, and how information revealed online may compromise your neutrality with potential clients.
- Freedom of speech...too much, too little?
Learn how to best retain your neutrality, while also being able to express yourself. Discover the best things to keep private on social media.
FACULTY: JOHN C. DUVAL
Rule 31 Listed Mediator
Tennessee Council of Conflict Mediation, LLC
Received before or on November 8:
$138 NBA member; $189 non-member
Received after November 8:
$148 NBA member; $199 non-member
Registration must be received before or on November 8 to guarantee written materials at the program. No refunds will be issued after the registration deadline; however, a substitute may attend for a registered participant...............................................
1:00 - 4:20P.M.
--------------------------------------------------------------3.0 CLE Hours: 2.0 General and 1.0 Dual
3.0 CME Hours: 2.0 General and 1.0 Ethics
NASHILLE BAR ASSOCIATION
One Nashville Place, 150 Fourth Avenue, Suite 1050 Nashville, TN 37219
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1. 4th Ave. next to One Nashville Place
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2. 4th Ave. across from One Nashville Place
3. Commerce Street
4. Main Library (between 6th & 7th Avenues)
Akers & Schreiber
Tune, Entrekin & White, PC
TN CLE Requirements:
Fifteen hours per year, including three hours of Ethics & Professionalism. Must be completed by December 31.