Jeff Kichaven, a thoughtful, experienced, and talented L.A. lawyer and mediator recently posted an article entitled, “The Mediation Advocate’s Bill of Rights” at mediate.com and at law360.com. Link here.
I am not entirely persuaded that this is a bill of rights.
I am not entirely persuaded that this is universally applicable to all forms of mediation, or all kinds of mediation advocates.
I do, however, strongly agree with many (although not every single one) of the sentiments embedded in Jeff’s posting. It’s really well written and a useful contribution to the conversation.
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