Ombuds Day

 

October 14, 2021

 

Virtual

 

Join the ABA Section of Dispute Resolution for Ombuds Day 2021 on October 4th from 11:00 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. (ET)!

 

This year’s theme is “Ombuds: exploring options to resolve conflict together.”

 

Hear from ombuds and leaders for tech, immigration, K-12 education, and long-term care sectors to understand how ombuds help stakeholders resolve problems.

 

As a member of a NAB  you may use the code available from socialmedia@ciarbnab.com during checkout to receive the ABA member registration rate.  Don’t delay, register today at http://ambar.org/ombuds2021!

 

 

 

 

To get ready for Ombuds Day, listen to the podcast A Conversation on the Role of Ombuds https://www.americanbar.org/groups/dispute_resolution/resources/resolutions-a-podcast-about-dispute-resolution-and-prevention/resolutions-podcast-a-conversation-on-the-role-of-ombuds/

 

Mediation Week

 

October 18 – 22, 2021

 

Virtual

 

 

Mapping the Future So Conflict Doesn’t Disrupt It

 

The ABA Section of Dispute Resolution’s Mediation Week is finally upon us.  You don’t want to miss this cutting-edge week of events!

 

Each day will start with a live interactive event followed by two recorded events and some fascinating bite-sized videos sprinkled in between.  See the agenda for the week here: https://cvent.me/OmXYdg.

 

As a member of a NAB  you may use the code available from socialmedia@ciarbnab.com during checkout to receive the ABA member registration rate.  Don’t delay, register today at  http://ambar.org/medweek21!

 

 

 

Mediation & Advocacy Skills Institute

 

November 4-6, 2021

 

Virtual

 

 

Registration is Open for the 2021 ABA Section of Dispute Resolution Mediation & Advocacy Skills Institute.  Learn from some of the leading authorities in the field.

 

This three-day virtual Institute – for mediators and advocates – will be held November 4-6, 2021.  The theme is “Mediation Beyond Boundaries: Competencies and Ethics in a Digital World.” Join us to explore new mediation frontiers in a post-pandemic world of technologies and innovations.

 

Facilitated small group discussions will follow the plenary sessions led by experts in the field. These discussions provide an opportunity for mediators and advocates to interact in small facilitated groups in a unique environment to enhance their skills, knowledge and understanding of direct negotiation and third-party mediation processes.  Check out the agenda in the Brochure here.

 

As a member of a NAB  you may use the code available from socialmedia@ciarbnab.com during checkout to receive the ABA member registration rate.  Don’t delay  . . . register today  https://bit.ly/3zaqTa5 !