Susan Guthrie, Esq., will present on one of our most demanded topics: online mediation. This one hour webinar will introduce mediators to the basic functionality of conducting an online mediation, outline best practices and ethical considerations applicable to the online dispute resolution process, and review tips and pointers for conducting a superior client experience while mediating via video or web-conferencing.
Is this a process that you should be using? Learn more about how it works, the applicable ethical considerations, and decide whether you need to be more online. During these times this format is becoming more in demand than ever! This is a repeat (shortened) of her highly acclaimed workshop that she presented at SCMA’s Annual Conference in November of 2019.
Note: Our current capacity for this webinar is 100. The link for the webinar will be sent out to those that registered on Sunday evening. We are very fortunate to have Susan available to present this topic. It is a topic in high demand and Susan has been swamped with requests for her presentation.
About the Speaker
A nationally recognized family law attorney and mediator, has been helping individuals and families navigate separation and divorce for 30 years. Susan is an online mediation expert with a fully online practice. She founded Learn to Mediate Online which provides training in the ethical and practical considerations of implementing an online platform to other mediators and other professionals. In addition, as a leading dispute resolution professional, Susan is proud to be the incoming Co-Chair of the American Bar Association’s (ABA) Section of Dispute Resolution’s Mediation Committee and to serve on the Board of Directors of the Southern California Mediation Association (SCMA).
Susan founded Divorce in a Better Way, Inc., a family law mediation firm that assists divorcing parties world-wide by providing online mediation services and online legal coaching services Susan is also the co-host, with Rebecca Zung, Esq., of the iTunes Top 10 podcast, Breaking Free: A Modern Divorce Podcast, which approaches divorce from a fresh new forward-thinking perspective. The podcast has had more than 1.5 million listens in a year!