Monthly Archives: January 2010 Recognized for Excellence as Problem Solver

The American Bar Association (ABA) has announced that is the recipient of its 2010 Lawyer as Problem Solver Award. In granting this prestigious award, the ABA stated: has been at the forefront of making the power of the … Continue reading

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Mediator Questions or What Mary Knows

Last February, I published a post entitled, Where is the mind situated?, that suggested that such a question already presupposes the type of answer that will be given, viz. that the mind is a thing, a substance, with a physical … Continue reading

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Power, Love and Conflict

Adam Kahane’s new book, Power and Lover A Theory and Practice of Social Change sets out a new approach to resolving conflict, according to publishers, Berrett-Koehler. The two main ways that people try to solve their toughest group, community and … Continue reading

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Blawg Review #245

The new Blawg Review #245 was published last Saturday by the irrepressible, multi-talented and witty British lawyer-blogger Charon QC.  You could do far worse with your time than heading over there for a look-see. (DIALOGIC Mediation Services receives a mention … Continue reading

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