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NEVADA SUPREME COURT SETTLEMENT PROGRAM: 2021 THE INSIDE SCOOP ON SETTLEMENT PROGRAM STRATEGIES, PART 1 (SP)

Recorded: February 18, 2021

Course Description:

Margaret Crowley, Esq. gets the inside scoop on settlement program mediation strategies and tips from Nevada Supreme Court Settlement Program Core Committee member, Lans Levitt, Esq., who has been a part of this program since its inception. Learn about the history of the Nevada Supreme Court Settlement Program and explore mediation techniques, from new to tried and true, as Margaret Crowley conducts an in-depth interview of Lans Levitt.

This is part one of a two-part training. If you plan on participating in part two, the facilitated discussion, it is best to view part one prior to this training.

Who Should Attend:

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

Faculty:

Margaret M. Crowley, Esq. and Lansford W. Levitt, Esq.

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, 2024, and then will be stale dated.

Register:

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