Society Session: Your Challenging Cases/Moments – An Open Discussion with Teri Sklar
Wulff Quinby & Sochynsky 1901 Harrison Street, Suite 1420 Oakland, CA 94612
Wednesday, April 2, 2014
Have you had mediations which left you wondering what else you could have done? Are you aware of what triggers you personally and prevents you from being fully present during a mediation? This is an opportunity to talk in a confidential setting about challenging moments during a mediation which may have kept you up at night. Come share your insights and get answers to the question of “What might I have done differently?”
During this informal conversation about our challenging mediations, you will be able to give and receive input from other experienced mediators about techniques which have worked and others which have not led to the results we hoped to achieve. Our goal is to increase learning and hone our skills for those difficult moments that arise in nearly every mediation.n
Teri Sklar, an attorney since 1978, first studied mediation in 1994. In 2004, she stopped taking new cases as a litigator to become a full-time mediator. She mediates a variety of disputes including wrongful termination, employment, real estate, landlord-tenant, business, civil rights, ADA, elder mediation (elder care, adult family disputes, probate, estate), professional fee disputes, and community disputes. She is on various court mediation panels, including the U.S. District Court-Northern District of California, Mediation Services of BASF, San Mateo Multi-Option ADR Project, and Alameda Court Panel of Court Mediators. She is on the Advisory Board of S.F. Community Boards and is an active community mediator through S.F. Community Boards, S.F. Office of Citizen Complaints, PCRC and the San Mateo Juvenile Delinquency Mediation Program. You can find out more about her at her website: www.mediate.com/tsklar; she can be reached at (415) 929-7355 or email@example.com
Please provide your own lunch – no charge to attend.