MCLE Roundtable: Challenges and Opportunities of Mediating with Elders and Their Families presented by Dana Curtis
7:45 Breakfast Program 8 to 9:15 a.m. Sideman & Bancroft LLP One Embarcadero Center Twenty-Second Floor San Francisco, CA 94111
Tuesday, January 27, 2015
This is an MCLE program, so participants must attend in person or through the conference call-in number in order to obtain MCLE credit.
Dana Curtis: Long-time mediator and mediation trainer Dana Curtis has been a full-time mediator for over 20 years, mediating over 1,000 broad-ranging matters. She founded the Elder Mediation Group in 2008 to provide mediation services and training in matters related to elders. Ms. Curtis’ extensive experience in this field has taught her that mediation has the potential to help elders, their families and their caregivers make important decisions or resolve controversies in ways that create stronger relationships and a greater sense of well-being. Ms. Curtis has been recognized by the Los Angeles Daily Journal as a “Top 50” California neutral and by The Mediation Society for outstanding contribution to the field of mediation. n
There is no charge for this event.
Members may bring guests.
Coffee, juice and pastries will be served.
MCLE accredited eventn
If you cannot attend in person, you may call in to this session. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you plan to call in.