CUTTING EDGE MEDIATION AND ETHICS PRESENTED BY DANIEL BEN-ZVI

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CUTTING EDGE MEDIATION AND ETHICS PRESENTED BY DANIEL BEN-ZVI

March 30 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Mr. Ben-Zvi will present latest insights into successful mediations, ethics, advocacy, confidentiality, effective processes, settlements and the future of mediation.

Light Food and Beverages provided.

1.0 Hour of Ethics CLE

Thursday, March 30, 2017
Doubletree Hotel Santa Monica
Marquee Ballroom
6pm-8pm

SCMA Members:  $25.00
SCMA Sustaining Members:  Free
SMBA Members:  $50.00
Non-SCMA and Non-SMBA Members:  $75.00

SANTA MONICA BAR ASSOCIATION MEMBERS:  Join SCMA on or before 3/30/2017 at receive $25.00 off your Professional ($225 before discount) or Sustaining Membership ($450 before discount).  Contact Anne Sawyer for more details:  Anne@scmediation.org
About the Presenter:

Venue : DoubleTree Hotel Santa Monica
1707 Fourth Street,
Santa Monica, CA, , 90401

Details

Date:
March 30
Time:
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Event Category:
Website:
https://www.scmediation.org/scma-calendar/npe-events/?EventId=31119

Organizer

Anne Sawyer
Email:
anne@scmediation.org
Website:
www.scmediation.org

Venue

Doubltree Suites Santa Monica
1707 Fourth Street,
Santa Monica, CA 90401
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