This informative and entertaining webinar series will feature discussions with a wide range of mediation professionals who have established successful and profitable mediation-based practices. The series is intended to provide viewers with accessible and actionable tips to help you grow and enhance your practice and join the ranks of those who “Have Made It”!
- Date: Friday, September 13, 2019
- Time: 12:00 – 1:00pm
- Instructions: Register through our site. The process for accessing the webinar will be sent out 3-5 days prior to the event.
- Register Online: Click Here
About the Speaker
Following the inaugural debut of this series last spring by the SCMA, we are extremely pleased to announce our guest for September is none other than Lee Jay Berman. In addition to being recognized by the American Arbitration Association as a “Master Mediator”, with an international clientele, Lee Jay is a respected trainer and founded the American Institute of Mediation, after seven years as Director of Pepperdine Law School’s Mediating the Litigated Case program. He has trained mediators, judges, attorneys, and business leaders across the U.S., and in the Middle East, India, Australia, New Zealand, and throughout Europe. Lee Jay has published numerous articles on mediation, and the American Bar Association will be publishing two of his books in 2019.
About the Host / Interviewer
Richard Erhard sits on the Board of Directors of the SCMA and served public education agencies for nearly three decades in two states, culminating with his position as an assistant superintendent of student services. He is currently President | Principal of the consulting firm, Richard Erhard and Associates, LLC, which he formed to provide mediation and consultation services focusing on educational disputes. Mr. Erhard is a frequent presenter at educational conferences on the use of alternative dispute resolution in public education and is a member of the part-time faculty of the University of Southern California, Gould School of Law, as a Lecturer in Law, where he teaches a course in special education dispute resolution.