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Mary Culbert’s ABCs of Mediation (Part 3 of 3)

Thanks to the new USA television show, Fairly Legal, mediation is getting a lot more attention than ever before. But how does it really work? In Part 3 of Mary Culbert’s ABCs of Mediation, Southern California’s own real life mediation guru takes listeners through a step-by-step guide to the mediation process.

Missed Parts 1 and 2?  Listen now:

Part 1: Mediation giant Mary Culbert discusses how her family history and a background in theatre paved the way to a career as a peacemaker.

Part 2: Every question you’ve ever had about mediation answered in a single podcast.

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Mary Culbert’s ABCs of Mediation (Part 1 of 3)

Mary B. Culbert is a Bilingual Certified Mediator, an Associate Clinical Professor at Loyola Law School, and the president of The Loyola Law School Center for Conflict Resolution.  She is also a Loyola Law School graduate.  A giant in the Southern California Mediation community, she attributes her family history and a background in theatre as having helped pave the path to her career as a mediator.

In part one of this three part series, Mary talks about how and why she became a full time peacemaker.

For more information about Mary Culbert, visit www.LLS.edu/academics/faculty/culbert.html.
For more about The Center for Conflict Resolution, visit www.lls.edu/academics/candp/ccr.html.

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