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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 2 of 3)

What’s the difference between community mediation programs and private mediators?  Are there different styles of mediation? What kinds of mediation are available?  When can mediation come in handy?  What kind of ethical duty do mediators have to make sure everyone gets a fair shake? How do you complete your case after you’ve made a mediated agreement? Are there ever situations when mediation is not a good idea?

Mary Culbert, Bilingual Certified Mediator, Associate Clinical Professor at Loyola Law School, and president of The Loyola Law School Center for Conflict Resolution answers every question you’ve ever had about mediation but were afraid to ask. (Special thanks to Ron and Robert on Divorce for asking the tough questions.)

Missed last week’s episode? Listen now:

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

Don’t miss another episode! Subscribe to Ron and Robert on Divorce on iTunes.

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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