Using high-volume housing mediations as a case study, this CLE will discuss the value of holistic approaches to problem-solving in mediation, the particular and systemic dynamics of mediating when parties are not represented by counsel, lessons learned from expanding mediation access when demand is high, and how early mediation can help all parties involved.
Our speaker is Elad Gross, Esq. He is the Outreach Coordinator and a mediator with the St. Louis Mediation Project, an organization that has provided free landlord-tenant mediations since 2008 in partnership with Washington University School of Law, USA&M, and the St. Louis County Courts. Elad is also a civil rights and government transparency attorney based in St. Louis who previously served as an Assistant Attorney General of Missouri.
THIS PROGRAM IS FREE FOR THE FOLLOWING INDIVIDUALS: LIBRARY MEMBERS AND SLU LAW STUDENTS AND LAW FACULTY. ALL OTHER REGISTRANTS MUST PAY IN ADVANCE FOR THIS PROGRAM.
Qualifies for 1.2 MO Bar CLE Credits.