The following training sessions are not sponsored by CFLCW. They are posted here as a service to Members that may have an interest in these topics. Please contact the organizations directly if you have questions.
Family Law Mediation Training
May 2-3; May 16-17, 2019
University Club in Milwaukee
Family Law Mediation Training for lawyers, mental health and financial professionals presented by the Family Mediation Center (Casey Holtz, Paul Stenzel, and Susan Hansen) May 2-3 and May 16-17. Interactive and practical step-by-step sample process for mediating with self-represented couples. Expand your practice and learn interest-based skills to apply in your collaborative and traditional cases. Encourage others in your area to build interdisciplinary teams and cross-referral resources. 30 CLE and CEU’s will be applied for.
COST: $1,095 if registered before March 1, 2019
$695 for non-profit, student, or court/government
$1,295 after March 1, 2019
Any questions, contact Susan Hansen at (414) 273-2422;firstname.lastname@example.org or Casey Holtz at (414) 810-647; email@example.com
Mediation Skills:40-Hour Basic Training
This 40-hour program provides comprehensive, in-depth training in a comfortable and supportive learning environment. Developed and taught by Michael D. Rust (JD, Marquette University), it offers a combination of lectures, demonstrations, and role-playing exercises to prepare you for the practice of mediation. An experienced dispute-resolution professional, Rust is also well known as an inspiring, thorough, and supportive trainer. The training includes ample time to practice skills as you learn them. The program meets the recognized 40-hour professional training standard and is designed to fulfill the 25 hours of training Wisconsin Statute 767.405 requires for you to be considered a qualified mediator of divorce and child custody and placement cases. The training also includes content on the dynamics of domestic abuse and the effects of domestic violence on victims and children as required by WI 767.405.
40 hours (4.0 CEUs); 46 Wisconsin Continuing Legal Education (CLE) hours, 3.5 EPR hours.
Attendance at all six days of the program is required to complete the training.
Cost: $1,095 through Feb 6; $1,295 after that date