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Dispute Resolution News

Dispute Resolution News

Teresa Frisbie, Director of the Dispute Resolution Program presented on Practical Applications of Neuroscience in Mediation and Negotiation for the Circuit Court of Cook County in December and the Association of Conflict Resolution in April. In April she was on the Teaching Mediation Advocacy Skills Inside and Outside the Classroom panel at the ABA Section of Dispute Resolution Legal Educator's Colloquium, highlighting Loyola's EEOC Mediation Advocacy Project, and on an ISBA Webinar panel Arbitration Under the Federal Arbitration Act. She is actively involved in promoting mediation at the Circuit Court of Cook County, serving on a committee for a new mediation program, providing training for the Association of Attorney Mediators in January regarding a proposed multi-door court house consulting program, and providing training for the Parentage and Child Support Court in October on negotiation. In February she received a scholarship to attend the de Bono Group Course in Creativity in Pennsylvania and was named a member of the National Academy of Distinguished Neutrals. Publications include “Ten Tips for a Successful Mediation,” in the Women’s Bar Association of Illinois Journal (Summer 2012), and “A Few Thoughts on Gender in the Practice of Mediation,” “What Your Client Needs to Know About Mediation Confidentiality, “Don’t Let Advocacy in Mediation Be As Futile as a Political Conversation,” “How to Mediate Disputes Involving the Elderly,” and “Meaningful Conferences Prevent ‘Arbigation’ in Commercial Cases,” all published in the Chicago Daily Law Bulletin (2013).

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