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Academic Forum: Co-Mediation and Collaborative Practice: What's the Differe...

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Law Society of Upper Canada

130 Queen Street West

BARRISTERS ROOM

Toronto, ON M5H 2N6

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Event: 9:00am to Noon

Lunch: Noon to 1:00pm

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In the discussion, entitled “ Co-mediation or Collaborative Practice: What is the Difference”, the interviewers will be drawing on the speakers’ expertise in these areas to help clarify these concepts, as it relates to practice. The session will offer attendees an opportunity to explore questions and scenarios related to how both co-mediation and collaborative practice, in their own ways, operate co-operatively in the best interests of the child and clients involved. Further to that, the panel will examine the need for a model that encourages a co-operative co-mediation relationship between mental health and legal mediators.

Speakers/Guests:
Peter Bruer, Manager of Conflict Resolution & Training at St. Stephens Community House
Deborah Graham, Family Lawyer, Collaborative Practitioner and Mediator

Interviewers:
Dr. Linda Ennis, the Academic & POlicy Section, FDRIO
Dr. Jennifer Leitch, the Academic & Policy Section, FDRIO
Dr. Martha Simmons, the Academic & Policy Section, FDRIO


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Osgoode Professional Development

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