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Small Law Firm Series: The Role of Judges and Lawyers in Mediations at the State Courts

Mediation is increasingly used to settle disputes without the need for a trial. Mediation at the State Courts takes place at any time after the Writ has been filed and before the trial begins. The role of the Judge who mediates (Judge Mediator) the dispute is different from that of a trial Judge; similarly, the role of a lawyer at a mediation (Mediation Advocate) is different from that of an advocate at court proceedings. This session will discuss how Judge Mediators and Mediation Advocates can play a constructive role at different stages of the mediation to assist each other and parties reach a mediated settlement.

 

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This series of small law firm topics will give participants new insights from the different Divisions of the State Courts on relevant and timely legal topics. In the first session, the topic will focus on how to prepare for tribunal hearings and appeals, with highlights of the newly established Employment Claims Tribunal. The second session will discuss how Judge Mediators and Mediation Advocates can play a constructive role at different stages of mediation in order to effectively reach a mediated settlement between parties. The third session will highlight both sentencing considerations governing community based sentences and services offered by the Community Court Secretariat. Lastly, the fourth session will highlight the importance of knowing how to effectively conduct case management conferences in modern civil processes.

 

For enquiries, please call Tel: +65 6332 4388 or email to [email protected].

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CPD Points: 1.5 Public

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Singapore Academy of Law
Training Room: Stamford 1 & 2
The Adelphi #08-08
1 Coleman St, Singapore 179803

Event Date: 12 November 2018 (4:00pm – 6:00pm)

PRICE (inclusive of GST)
$32.10

Mediation is increasingly used to settle disputes without the need for a trial. Mediation at the State Courts takes place at any time after the Writ has been filed and before the trial begins. The role of the Judge who mediates (Judge Mediator) the dispute is different from that of a trial Judge; similarly, the role of a lawyer at a mediation (Mediation Advocate) is different from that of an advocate at court proceedings. This session will discuss how Judge Mediators and Mediation Advocates can play a constructive role at different stages of the mediation to assist each other and parties reach a mediated settlement.

 

Click here for brochure. 

 

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