C-DRUM Training & Events
Upcoming Training & Events
January 24-25, 2018: Peer Mediation Train-the-Trainers Workshop. This course provides educators interested in launching or re-launching a peer mediation program with the content material, guidance and advice on how to support an effective peer mediation program. Registration is available at: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/peer-mediation-train-the-trainer-workshop-tickets-39651663192
March 29-April 3, 2018: American Association of Law Schools Conference on Clinical Education. Chicago, Illinois. C-DRUM staff Toby Treem Guerin with colleagues from the University of Maryland, Baltimore schools of Social Work and Nursing will present a concurrent session on their interprofessional education pilot project.
April 4-7, 2018: American Bar Association Section of Dispute Resolution Annual Spring Conference. Washington DC. C-DRUM staff Deborah Thompson Eisenberg along with colleagues will present a concurrent workshop entitled “ Advancing Social Justice Through ADR” and Toby Treem Guerin, along with other panelists, will present a concurrent workshop on “The Case Conundrum: Keeping Mediation Clinic Students Engaged Beyond Just Small Claims Cases”. Both workshops are part of the Legal Educator’s Colloquium on Saturday, April 7, 2018.
Recent Training & Events
- October 16: National Association of Pupil Services Administrators. Virginia Beach, VA. Barbara Grochal will deliver the keynote address entitled, “ Strengthening Relationships for Safe and Supportive Schools”.
- August – September 2017: Washington DC Professional Skills Program. This comprehensive program provides four, two-day courses on topics relevant to the ADR practitioner, lawyer, and other professionals. All courses are conducted by nationally recognized experts in dispute resolution. Special rates for full-time government and non-profit employees. Registration is now open and early enrollment is recommended as space is limited.
- July 25-26, 2017: Leadership Restorative Practices Training. Participants are provided a thorough understanding of restorative concepts and effective strategies for managing behavior and teaching young people to take responsibility for their actions and the use of circles. The trainings follow the International Institute for Restorative Practices curriculum. Download Registration Form »
- June 22-24: Public Sector Mediation Skills and Drills. Toby Guerin will co-lead a training as part of the Straus Institute Professional Skills Program at Pepperdine University. The training, geared toward public sector employees, will feature 2.5 days of interactive skills and practice.
- June 15-16, 2017: Center for Alternative Dispute Resolution 30th Anniversary and Conference. Greenbelt, MD. Toby Treem Guerin and Deborah Thompson Eisenberg will present “Integrating Research-Based Skills into Your Regular Mediation Practice” on Friday, June 16.
- June 8, 2017: Mid-Atlantic Global Pound Conference. Maryland Carey Law. The GPC Series is a not-for-profit global project, initiated by the International Mediation Institute that will convene all stakeholders in dispute resolution - commercial parties, lawyers, academics, judges, arbitrators, mediators, policy makers, and others - at conferences around the world. These conferences will provoke discussion on existing tools and techniques, stimulate new ideas and generate actionable data on what corporate and individual dispute resolution users actually need and want, both locally and globally.
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