Building your Private Mediation Practice

Starts 14 Jun 2021
CET
Online
Led by Fola Alade
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Training Summary

The aim of the session is to teach participants how they can build a successful and thriving mediation career and practice. The webinar covers dynamics of mediation such as the Features & Benefits of Mediation, Mediation vs. Litigation, Types of cases that can be resolved by Mediation, Role of a Mediator and a Mediation Advocate and Features of Mediation.

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Fola Alade is the Founder/ Principal Partner at FOTEFA Partners LP (Mediators & Mediation Advocates), a bespoke Mediation firm in Nigeria.

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