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January 15, 2015

Decorum Is Relevant In The Court Room Setting, What About Your Mediation Session?
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Decorum is one of those words that is talked about relating to the Court Room Setting as lawyers and other individuals working in the court room needs to know, understand and abide by. Decorum depicts the very essence of the entire well being of the court room, as cases are heard by a judge. The word itself also depicts exactly how all individuals in attendance of a hearing should conduct themselves. Its meaning is the embodiment that states in part that the dignity of the court is to be respected and maintained at all times starting with the staff to the individuals in attendance of a court room hearing. What about decorum in the mediation practice? Should the mediator conducting a session hold the individuals in attendance to the same standards of the court? My discussion will be interesting as we talk about this subject.
Episode Segments:
Put It All on the Table: Decorum in Mediation

Teresa shares the story of a recent mediation she conducted where decorum was key. Learn why it needs to play a role in any mediation.
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