CMEs are available to members on the website for a modest fee. We acknowledge that we have not offered a “live” CME in some time. With the recent change in leadership and then in administrative support, we have been unable to provide those. We are working on scheduling several of those and expect the first … Continue reading Update on WEbsite and CMEs
We are now accepting articles and other items for possible inclusion in The Caucus, our newsletter. Articles should be original, submitted by the person with all rights to it, and ideally unpublished. (If a submission has been published before, please let us know about that.) Articles should be of interest to professionals in ADR in … Continue reading Now Accepting Articles for the Caucus
CS/CS/SB 590: Child Support and Parenting Time Plans GENERAL BILL by Appropriations ; Judiciary ; Brandes ; (CO-INTRODUCERS) Stargel ; Gibson ; Campbell Child Support and Parenting Time Plans; Authorizing the Department of Revenue to establish parenting time plans agreed to by both parents in Title IV-D child support actions; providing the purpose and requirements for a Title IV-D Standard Parenting Time Plan; … Continue reading Family Law: New Legislation Effective Jan 1, 2018
Student Writing Contest for Conflict Resolution, Peace Studies, Law School, Social and Behavioral Sciences. Students from the above type program may submit and article on specific topics regarding ADR, Arbitration, Mediation, Negotiations, Peace Studies, etc. It is OPEN to any type of piece you want to submit! (Blog, article, review, poem etc.!) Perks for winning First Place: A … Continue reading Student Writing Contest!!!
Join us for an unforgettable day of networking, continuing mediation education and football! Limited spaces available! First come first serve! Use the link below to make your payment. Additional information provided prior to the event. CME BEGINS AT 11:00AM REFRENCE: DEC6
Library Tutorial This tutorial demonstrates how to register, login and select the appropriate CME audio file.
2012 Annual Conference for Mediators and Arbitrators Thursday-Saturday, August 23-25, 2012 Rosen Centre Hotel Orlando, FL
See Florida Supreme Court’s Administrative Order terminating the managed mediation program (RMFMP) – 12/19/2011.
On November 3, 2011, the Supreme Court opinion (SC10-2329) adopted changes to Rule 1.720, Florida Rules of Civil Procedure. The changes are effective January 1, 2012.
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