One (1.0) hours of CE credit is available to attendees for most AAM meetings.
AAM meeting usually begin with 30 minutes of networking followed by a one-hour presentation.
AAM events (including a light lunch) are free to AAM-members, and $10 for non-members. Read HERE how you can become a member.
Events Prior to 2015
Here are some of the diverse topics presented by many outstanding practitioners in the conflict resolution field.Stacie McGee, Ethics in Film
Mark Sims, Stories and Examples in Family Law Mediation
Walter Wright , Ethics in Caucus
David Huang, Difficult Mediations
Luemara Wagner, Multicultural Issues in Mediation
Karl Spock, ADR Legislative Update 2013
Kevin Leahy, This is Your Brain on Ethics, www.knowledgeadvocate.com
Jan Berger - Ethical Dilemnas
Better Business Bureau - Alternative Dispute Resolution program
Kathy Lenox - Putting the 'Me' in Mediation: Finding your Niche
Larry Schooler - How Mediators Prepare for Mediation
Walt Krudop - Interactive Ethics
Mary Steinhardt, PhD, UT professor and Faculty Ombuds presented on Ombudsmen. For more information on Mary Steinhardt visit: http://www.utexas.edu/education/resilience/about.html
Rick Bradstreet, PhD, presented on The Drama Triangle. Phone: 512-338-9907, E-Mail: email@example.com
Real Estate/Foreclosure Mediation by Jeff Jury. Jeff is a DRC mediator and has served as DRC Board President. He is an Austin lawyer with a large mediation practice and a noted author and speaker in the field. Jeff Jury - Web site: www.bajb.com/jj.jsp – Arbitration
Angela Jamison, DRC mediator, and Bruce Kravitz, Community Education Director of the AGE program (Austin Groups for the Elderly) presented on Elder Mediation. Click here to view presentation.
Claude Ducloux - Tips and Tricks for Mediators
Katie Bond - Adult Victim-Offender Mediations
Mike Schless, Jan Berger, Walt Krudop - Ethics discussion panel
David Garza - Transformative Mediation
Susan Schultz - ADR legislation update