Mediation and dispute resolution at your fingertips

A Supreme Court podcast expands the skills of mediators and details the many ways dispute resolution can be used.

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A Supreme Court podcast expands the skills of mediators and details the many ways dispute resolution can be used.

With an increasing number of ways to learn in the digital age, the Supreme Court of Ohio combines education with convenience so people can learn about dispute resolution while in the car, on a walk, or any other idle time.

That of the Supreme Court Dispute Resolution Section recently released a podcast series that explores a variety of topics for developing conflict resolution skills. The audio series – entitled ‘Civility and Solutions’ – analyzes the various issues that can be mediated and how to improve the skills of those involved in the process, such as mediators and lawyers. The 18 episodes can be found exclusively on Youtube. Listen from your phone whenever it’s convenient for you.

“I think the most surprising thing about taping this series was discovering the range of situations in which dispute resolution can be used,” said host Kate Munger, who is also an adviser. court policy. Case Management Section.

Presenters share their expertise on everything from using mediation to strengthen school-family relationships to elder care issues. Find out how helpful mediation can be in cases involving government officials, absentee students, appeals, and highly complex corporate disputes.

It is an education accessible everywhere, on demand.

“A podcast was a new platform for the Court, but I think it works well for sharing information in an engaging way,” Munger said. “I tried to keep the interviews upbeat and fun. It’s a conversation instead of a lecture.

List of episodes

    Episode 1: School Attendance: Using Mediation to Strengthen School-Family Relationships

    Episode 2: Proposal for a tailor-made mediator in commercial matters

    Episode 3: Beyond the Simple Ongoing Dispute – Using Transformative Mediation Techniques to Better Understand and Resolve Conflicts

    Episode 4: Mediation in the Ohio Courts of Appeal: Stay Civil, Succeed

    Episode 5: Defense of lawyers in mediation

    Episode 6: The Role of US Courts in International Commercial Arbitration

    Episode 7: Strategies for dealing with the impact of implicit biases at the interpersonal and institutional level

    Episode 8: Mediation with public officials: what public officials can tell mediators and tips for public officials

    Episode 9: The New Singapore Convention on Mediation – What Does It Mean for Mediation in the United States?

    Episode 10: Why Caucus? Capitalize on its strengths, minimize its disadvantages

    Episode 11: Do you want fewer trials for permanent detention? Child protection mediation for family engagement and case resolution

    Episode 12: Decision Tree Analysis Procedures for Lawyers, Mediators and Their Clients

    Episode 13: Elder Care Coordination

    Episode 14: Fighting Elder Abuse

    Episode 15: Overcoming the Impasse by Effectively Using the Mediator’s Proposal and Bracketing

    Episode 16: The Future of Ohio’s Dispute Resolution Landscape: Advancing the Legacy of Chief Justice Moyer

    Episode 17: The Cogs of Neutral Assessment: The Place of Process in Family Court Dispute Resolution

    Episode 18: Dispute Resolution for Workplace Conflicts: When We Can’t All Agree

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