Fall CLE Seminar 2022: Learning from the Past, Focusing on the Future

  • November 04, 2022
  • 8:45 AM - 5:15 PM
  • Online Webinar

Registration

  • AAM Member Registration Fee of $95 On/After Oct 29 (Regular Rate)
  • Active AAM Members may attend the Advanced Attorney-Mediator Training for $75 through Oct 28
  • Non Member Rate On/After Oct 29: Regular Rate of $145
  • Non-AAM Members may register for $125 through Oct 28

Register


We hope you can join us on November 4, 2022 for our Annual Meeting, Advanced Attorney-Mediator Training, Annual Meeting and CLE Seminar.

“Learning from the Past, Focusing on the Future”

Friday, November 4, 2022 • Held Virtually by Zoom

Program begins at 8:45am CT

(9:45am ET / 8:45am CT / 6:45am PT)


Join us this fall for our Advanced Attorney-Mediator Training as we explore a variety of mediation topics that will inspire you to learn from the past while focusing on the future of your mediation practice. This program is sure to add to your toolbox as experienced mediators share their knowledge about both general mediation skills as well as subject-specific topics. We will explore best-practices in the virtual mediation world that many of us are now navigating while also discussing how to bring the best versions of ourselves to each mediation.  Sessions will also cover relevant updates in discrimination cases as well as important considerations in workers’ compensation and personal injury cases. The final session will be an interactive panel discussion about applying ethical standards in mediation. We hope you will join us online for a full day of learning!

Please click here to view the full program agenda and click here to view the speakers bios.

Session 1: How a 34 year 70-year-old mediator embraced virtual mediation and began to rethink everything he thought he knew about mediation.

Session 2: Implicit bias in mediation: A panel discussion.

Session 3: Developments in Mediating Harassment and Gender Discrimination Cases

Optional Lunchtime Session (No CLE Offered): Mediating For Good

Session 4: The Lasso Effect: Channeling Your Inner Coach in Mediation

Session 5: What You NEED to Know About Medicare, Medicaid, MAP, Part D Liens, and Double Damages Liability to Protect You and Your Client

Session 6: Mediators in Negotiation: Applying Ethical Rules in Dealmaking

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Registration Fees

Early Bird Rate (Registrations on or before October 28th): AAM Member registration fee is $75 and Non-Member fee is $125

Regular Rate (Registrations on or after October 29th): AAM Member registration fee is $95 and Non-Member fee is $145

Please note that $50.00 of the non-member registration fee (the difference between member and non-member registration fees) can be applied toward AAM’s $275.00 annual membership dues if you decide to join within one year of the training.  Membership includes a group mediator/arbitrator professional liability insurance policy.

**Registration closes at 11:59pm CT on 11/3/2022  No same-day registrations will be allowed.  This is a change from our past in-person conferences, so please register in advance!**

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MCLE Credit:

MCLE approvals will be published on the website (below) as they are received. CME credits will be applied for in the states that require CME. 

AAM will be pleased to facilitate obtaining MCLE credit in other states.  Please contact us as soon as possible (1-800-280-1368) or aam@attorney-mediators.org if you would like our assistance in this regard.

MCLE Application Status:

Alabama: Application in process

Arkansas CLE: Applied and pending

Arkansas CME: Approved for 6.5 hours (CME-2022-436)

Arizona: The State Bar of Arizona does not approve or accredit CLE activities for the Mandatory Continuing Legal Education requirement. This activity may qualify for up to 6.5 hours toward your annual CLE requirement for the State Bar of Arizona.

California: Application in process

Colorado: Approved for 7.0 general credits (819527)

Connecticut: This program is acceptable for 390 minutes of Connecticut MCLE

Delaware: Approved for 6.50 credit(s), including 3.00 Enhanced Ethics credits (AAM11042022ADVAN)

Florida CLE: Approved for 8.0 general credits, including 1.5 ethics and 2.5 bias elimination (2208220N)

Florida CME: This course is eligible for up to 6.5 CME hours. Mediators are required to self-report those hours applicable to their areas of certification at the time of their renewal. For more information on the CME requirement, visit, www.flcourts.org, and select “Alternative Dispute Resolution/Mediation.”

Georgia: Application in process

Illinois: Application in process

Indiana: Application in process

Kansas CLE and CDRE: Application in process

Kentucky: Approved for 6.5 credits, including 1.25 ethics (Activity No 246235)

Louisiana: Approved for 6.5 total hours of credit, including 1.25 ethics and 1.75 professionalism (5419221104)

Mississippi: Applied and pending

Missouri: Approved for 7.8 total hours, including 3.6 ethics hours and 1.5 elimination of bias hours (Course ID 706299).

Oklahoma: Approved for 8.0 hours, including 2.0 ethics (129184)

Pennsylvania: Approved for 6.5 hours, including 3.0 ethics.

South Carolina: Applied and pending

Texas: Approved for 6.5 hours, including 3.0 ethics (174171921)

Tennessee CME: Applied and pending

Tennessee CLE: Approved for 3.0 general hours and 3.5 dual hours (Course ID  308057).

Washington: Application in process

In order to comply with state CLE/CME requirements, attendance will be tracked based on webinar attendance timestamps and a record of attendance form. Interactivity methods such as polling, Q&A, verification codes and surveys will be implemented to ensure audience engagement and to comply with live online CLE/CME course requirements.  A Record of Attendance form must be completed by each attendee wishing to receive CLE/CME credit.  A link to the Record of Attendance form will be sent via email to each attendee.

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Technical Details: 

In order to access the webinar, you will need to download the Zoom application on your computer or device.  New to Zoom? Click here for a handy one-pager on how to download the Zoom application.      

Please be sure and update your previously installed Zoom application prior to November 4, 2022 to ensure that you are able to join the seminar on time and without any technical difficulties.

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Handouts/Materials:

We are in the process of developing a PDF packet of materials that will be available to all attendees and sent via email prior to the event.  Please keep an eye out for an email in your inbox from the AAM Office.

If you do not receive an email by November 3rd with the handout packet, please be sure and check your spam folder/junk mail. In the past, some of the event emails sent from the AAM Office have been held in recipient's spam folders and have not made it into the recipient's inbox. Please email the AAM Office if you do not receive the email communication about the event. Thank you!

You will receive a confirmation email upon completing registration, and you will receive a secondary follow-up email during the week of October 31, 2022 with all pertinent information for log-in and handouts.  The informational email will be resent the evening of Thursday, November 3rd and early Friday morning before the start of the meeting to ensure the information is at the top of your inbox.

CONTACT US

Association of Attorney-Mediators
P. O. Box 741955, Dallas, TX 75374-1955 
Toll-free:  800-280-1368 
 Fax:  972-669-8180
aam@attorney-mediators.org

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