Topics to be Covered Include:
- Identifying Your Areas of Expertise and Interest: What Can You Offer the Parties/Why Would the Parties Select You As An Arbitrator/Mediator?
- Creating a Business Plan and Establishing Realistic Goals
- Training and Credentialing: What Do the Parties Look for When Selecting An Arbitrator/Mediator?
- Identifying Personal and Professional Obstacles and Overcoming Them including: being invited on panels, pro bono work, conflicts when practicing at a large firm, etc.
- Using Social Media Most Effectively an overview of ethics opinions and the NY Rules
- Networking: How to build your pratice through networking and marketing while avoiding conflicts and ethical issues
- Applying and Being Accepted to Panels: The Dos and Don’ts of the Panel Applications and Acceptance
Elizabeth J. Shampnoi, Esq., Stout Risius Ross, Inc.
Richard H. Silberberg, Esq., Dorsey & Whitney LLP
Jeffrey T. Zaino, Esq., American Arbitration Association
Marc J. Goldstein, Esq., Marc J Goldstein Litigation & Arbitration Chambers
Kenneth L. Andrichik, Esq., SVP, Chief Counsel and Director of Mediation and Strategy, FINRA Dispute Resolution
Rosemary Townley, Esq., Independent Arbitrator & Mediator Larchmont, New York
Irene C. Warshauer, Esq., Attorney Mediator Arbitrator
Steven Skulnik, Esq., Senior Legal Editor, Arbitration Practical Law – Thomson Reuters
Neal M. Eiseman, Esq., Goetz Fitzpatrick LLP
For more information: Beth Gould at email@example.com
To register over the phone please contact our State Bar Service Center at 1-800-582-2452