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Using ADR to Resolve Disputes in the Arts and Entertainment World

Using ADR to Resolve Disputes in the Arts and Entertainment World

Using ADR to Resolve Disputes in the Arts and Entertainment World

California LAwyers for the Arts
California LAwyers for the Arts
on behalf of California Lawyers for the Arts

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Launch date: 28 Jul 2016

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Last updated: 28 Jul 2016

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Is mediation or some other form of alternative dispute resolution a better way to resolve conflict in the arts community? This webinar will explain the Arts Arbitration and Mediation Services program of California Lawyers for the Arts including ADR services provided, the community mediation model and co-mediation, our volunteer panel, and case administration.

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Christina Wiellette, Esq. is a graduate of Stanford University and UC Hastings School of Law, Christina joined California Lawyers for the Arts (CLA) in January 2010 and served as the Arts Arbitration and Mediation Services (AAMS) Program Director for the San Francisco Bay Area. She has been trained by the Center for Law and Mediation, Community Boards, and the Northern California Mediation Center. At CLA, Christina has organized and led several programs providing basic mediation skills training and advanced skills development for experienced mediators. Mediating since 2007, Christina had a private practice in divorce and custody mediation until the birth of her son in 2012. Christina is a volunteer mediator for the Center for Human Development in court-ordered guardianship cases and served on the Board of Directors for the Association for Dispute Resolution of Northern California (ADRNC) from 2010-2013.

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Webinar Objective
The objective of this webinar is for attendees to come away with an understanding of how Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) works for the creative arts community while also explaining CLA's Arts Arbitration and Mediation Services (AAMS).
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California LAwyers for the Arts
on behalf of California Lawyers for the Arts

CALIFORNIA LAWYERS FOR THE ARTS

Our Mission
California Lawyers for the Arts empowers the creative community by providing education, representation and dispute resolution.

Our Vision
Artists and arts organizations serve as agents of democratic involvement, innovation, and positive social change, and the growth of an empowered arts sector is essential to healthy communities. CLA’s leadership and services strengthen the arts for the benefit of communities throughout California.

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