Preparing your client for family mediation
- What are the guiding principles of mediation?
- Is my client's case suitable for referral?
- What should my client expect from the process?
- What are the possible outcomes?
Mrs Rosalind Dunlop
Rosalind qualified as a solicitor in 1993 having obtained an LL.B. from QUB and a J.D. from Campbell University, North Carolina. Rosalind has been mediating regularly in family disputes since training as a family mediator in 2010. She became accredited with the Family Mediation Council for child-focused mediation in 2013 and is an approved member of the UK College of Mediators. Rosalind is a Board member of the Law Society of NI Dispute Resolution Service. Rosalind currently works as a solicitor with Herbert Smith Freehills in Belfast.
DATE, TIME & VENUE
- Wednesday 18 December 2019
- Seminar starts at 12.15pm and ends at 1.15pm
- Registration and coffee from 11.45am
Belfast Harlequins Conference Centre
45a Deramore Park, Belfast, Antrim, BT9 5JX
Sign posted between the Ulster Clinic and Balmoral Avenue on the left hand side of the Malone Road leaving the city centre.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
Family Law practitioners.
Family mediation, where appropriate, is widely accepted as a positive course of action for couples in dispute and is actively encouraged by the courts.
WHAT WILL THE SEMINAR DO FOR YOU?
This seminar will broaden your understanding of family mediation and equip you to advise your clients about mediation as an option, when it is appropriate, what they can expect from it and how they can prepare for it.