Wednesday, April 21Time:
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A panel of experienced arbitrators and mediators will provide advice and information on how you can become a successful alternative dispute resolution provider.
The panel will discuss important subjects such as how to start out and then succeed in the ADR profession.
- Why and how did the panel members enter the ADR profession?
- How can diversity and inclusion become a reality?
- What worked for the panel members in becoming successful ADR practitioners?
- What did not work for them?
- What are the lessons they have learned and the mistakes they have made?
- What is networking and how can you network to help you successfully attain your goals?
The objective of this webinar is to help you become the ADR professional that you want to be and deserve to be.
The moderator will be Antoinette Raheem. Toni is a former chair of the ADR Section and has received the ADR Section’s Distinguished Service Award. She is a member of the Professional Resolution Experts of Michigan, LLC.Toni is also an adjunct Professor of ADR at Wayne State University Law School, MSU Law School and Western Michigan University/Cooley Law School.
Earlene Baggett-Hayes. Earlene has received the ADR Section’s Distinguished Service Award, Sojourner Truth Civil Rights Award, Woman of Excellence Award, American Business Women’s Professionalism Award, Leon Hubbard Community Service Award, and the Business Women’s Professionalism Award. She is a Distinguished Fellow of the International Academy of Arbitrators, a member of The National Academy of Distinguished Neutrals and the Professional Resolution Experts of Michigan, LLC.
Lee Hornberger. Lee is a former Chair of the ADR Section and has received the ADR Section’s George N. Bashara, Jr. Award. He is a member of the Professional Resolution Experts of Michigan, LLC, and a Diplomate Member of The National Academy of Distinguished Neutrals. He is a Fellow of the American Bar Foundation.
E.R. Scales. E. R. is an attorney, arbitrator, and human resources, labor relations, and benefits consultant. He has been on the labor panel of the American Arbitration Association since 1989, the FMCS panel since 2007, and serves on several other arbitration panels. He is a past president of both the Michigan Association of School Personnel Administrators and the Michigan Negotiators Association. He has taught arbitration, labor relations, and contract administration at Wayne State University School of Business.
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