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Recorded: September 10, 2020

Course Description:

Mediating custody and other relationship-based settlement conferences is an emotionally triggered process and managing these types of settlement conferences needs a firm touch. What techniques can be used to manage these types of settlement conferences effectively? Join Melissa Mangiaracina as she interviews Carolyn Worrell who shares her vast knowledge and experiences she has garnered over the past 30 years that has led her to have many successful outcomes in custody and other relationship-based mediations. This training is designed for the Nevada Supreme Court Settlement Judges.

This is part one of a two-part training. On Friday, November 20, 2020, part two will be live-streamed via ZOOM and recorded. Viewing of part one is required in order to participate in part two.

Who Should Attend:

This course is designed for all settlement program judges, both newly appointed and existing.


Melissa Mangiaracina, Esq. interviewing Carolyn Worrell, Esq. of the Nevada Settlement Judge Program

Continuing Education Credit:

1.5 mediation and CLE. Including .5 ethics credits (Certificate of Completion required to receive continuing legal/judicial education credit.) NOTE: CLE credit for this course is approved through December 31, 2023, and then will be stale dated.


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