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  • Description

    After a long history of resistance, ADR (Alternate Dispute Resolution) has become so well-accepted in recent years that certain courts will require parties to resort to it before allowing their case to be tried. Mediation, a form of ADR used in civil disputes, family law issues, eldercare and other fields, is a growing field necessary for any attorney looking to begin a mediation practice or gain practical insight in the field. This CLE course, designed to teach the various skills and techniques employed by those trained in mediation, will review the ethics of mediation and mediation theory, specifically as it relates to Family Law disputes. The course will focus on practical applications and will be valuable in offering unfamiliar attorneys another avenue to consider when handling matrimonial and family disputes.

  • Instructor Bio

    Martin Rosenfeld

    Martin Rosenfeld graduated, Cum Laude, from the New England School of Law in 1982. He has worked as an Assistant Attorney General for nine years in Connecticut. Martin is also an ordained rabbi (Yeshiva University, 1975). He has incorporated mediation work in both his roles as a rabbi and attorney since 1996. Martin trained in mediation in the Center for Conflict Resolution (Chicago,IL) and at the Mediation Training and Consultation Institute (Ann Arbor, MI.). He currently lives in Fair Lawn, NJ where he conducts a mediation practice and is on the New Jersey roster of family and commercial mediators. Martin is a member of the Bars in NJ, CT, IL and NY. His writings appear in the blog NJMediator.Wordpress.com. Martin has also served as an arbitrator in over 100 cases.