This program will review the role of mediation in juvenile court matters. We will discuss the process including referrals, funding, forms, and filings as well as general case scenarios. From what type of juvenile court matters can be mediated to the responsibility and role of the mediator, mediation can be a useful tool for bringing parties to a resolution involving children that takes into account the needs of individuals when children are involved.
Approved for 1 hour general mediation or family law credit (CME) and 1 hour general credit (CLE).
For CME Credit: Once you have completed the online program you may access the CME certificate of completion in the materials attachment (paperclip icon located above the video screen). Please download the form and follow the instructions for CME filing. TBA will automatically file this program for CLE credit.
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This was a thought-provoking presentation. Well done!
The course included a good explanation of Rule 38.
Autumn was poised, professional and informative. She kept my interest even though she had a bad cough. Good job!
Great presentation of the process of and issues in mediating in juvenile court!
This presentation helped make me aware of the multiple considerations and parties that are needed for a successful juvenile mediation.
I found it really interesting to think about how the mediator would interact with the GAL. That is something I hadn't considered and found interesting since there is no bright line rule.
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This program will be filed for Tennessee CLE credit. Please email a request to firstname.lastname@example.org for Georgia and Mississippi CLE credit.