Winter Conflict Resolution Workshops presented by the Conflict Resolution Program at Santa Clara Law. Co-sponsored by co-sponsored by JAMS.
Gain insight and skills in problem solving from expert mediators and academics versed in state-of-the-art theory and practice. Register for any or all workshops to gain confidence and expertise in managing others, managing yourself, and working in teams.
February 6, 5-7 pm – When the problem Is CONFLICT
- Dana Curtis, Director of the Conflict Resolution Program, teaches mediation internationally, including at Harvard’s PON.
- Colin Rule, a leader in Online Dispute Resolution, developed programs for E-Bay and PayPal before starting his own company. He teaches ODR at Santa Clara Law.
Topics include: Understanding conflict – how it escalates, its upsides and downsides, our habitual responses to it – and best practices for managing it, with others and within ourselves.
February 13, 5-7 pm – When the problem is a DIFFICULT PERSONALITY
- Dana Curtis
Topics include: Understanding and dealing with high-conflict personalities, the power of self-persuasion, staying calm amidst the conflict storm.
February 20, 5-7 pm – When the problem is within US
- Richard Birke, a highly-regarded trainer, is Executive Director of the JAMS Institute, the teaching and training arm of JAMS.
- Dana Curtis
- Hon. Jamie Jacobs-May (Ret’d), a prominent Bay Area mediator with JAMS, teaches negotiation at Santa Clara Law.
Topics include: Neuroscience of conflict, biases and other psychological barriers to problem solving, addressing our own internal problem-solving barriers.
- February 27, 5-7 pm – When the Problem Is COMPLEX
- John Bates, a sought-after Bay Area mediator with JAMS, has conducted several thousand mediations in 30 states.
- Lisa Kloppenberg, is Dean of Santa Clara Law. She teaches and writes about Appropriate Dispute Resolution.
- Colin Rule
- Dana Curtis
Topics include: Recognizing and analyzing complex problems from a systems design perspective, mediation and engaging a mediator, being an Accidental Mediator and Online Dispute Resolution
For Information: contact Dana Curtis, Conflict Resolution Program Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org or (415) 515-8903.
Guarantee: Santa Clara Law guarantees the quality of its programs and will refund tuition (minus the registration fee) to any participant who is not satisfied with a course.
MCLE: Santa Clara Law certifies that this activity has been approved for 2.0 hours of MCLE credit per session.
Accommodation: If you need reasonable accommodation to attend this event, please contact The Office of Disabilities Resources at 408-554-4109 or email@example.com at least 72 hours before the event.