This post originally appeared on MediateBCBlog.com as a third post in the “On Co-Mediation Series”
In Part I, I expanded upon how the applicant (Ms Sainty) and I saw benefits in our partnership, confirmed our pairing and began the process of working with mediation parties in seeking their permission to proceed with a co-mediation model. Below, I would like to continue and expand upon the co-mediation structure we employed, and the benefits, as I see them, of our co-mediation approach.
This post originally appeared on MediateBCBlog.com as the second post in the “On Co-Mediation” Series
I recently had the very positive experience of co-mediating with a new applicant to the Civil Roster. I thought I would share what happened on this blog as I saw benefit obtained not just by the applicant in terms of fulfilling the paid mediation requirement for Roster membership, but also as a learning process for both of us, and as considerable added value to my clients and to my practice as a mediator.