Promoting Informed Use and Best Practices for ADR in Washington
March 29-30, 2013
20th Annual Northwest Dispute Resolution Conference
Online Registration Now Available
See the list of all the 2013 Workshops to review the conference offerings and make your choices. For a printable version of the conference brochure watch this page for when it becomes available.
If you're a neutral or lawyer representing clients in mediation, be sure to see the workshops offered each session in the Advanced Skills Track: Mediating Litigated Cases.
Public policy practitioners will be interested in the Public Policy Track.
Two-day registration includes all sessions for both days and events. Registration for Friday-only includes all Friday sessions, lunch and reception. Saturday-only registration includes the Friday reception and all Saturday sessions. Downloadable course materials for both days of the conference are included in all registration fees. Registration fees are listed on the registration form.
Please Note: printed copies of the conference materials will not be provided. The email registration confirmation will provide you with a URL link to access the downloadable materials prior to the conference. A USB flash drive that contains all conference materials will be given to you when you check in at the conference registration tables.
Presenters, panelists and moderators, you should have received your registration information by email. Please contact Kathy Kline, Conference Coordinator, if you didn't receive it or have any questions.
Check out the Group Registration page for information on how to register your group and get a group discount. Act fast - registrations need to be postmarked by March 15.
A limited number of financial scholarships are available. See the Scholarships page for details.
Requests for refund must be submitted in writing and postmarked or e-mailed by March 15, 2013 (Conferences & Continuing Education, Box 353020, Seattle, WA 98195-3020, firstname.lastname@example.org). All refunds are subject to a $30 handling fee. Refunds are not available after March 15, 2013, but a substitute may attend if Conferences and Continuing Education is notified in writing prior to the program.
Continuing Legal Education Credits
10.25 CLE credits (including 1.25 Ethics credits for Session 5.3 Puffing, Bluffing and Deceit: Ethics of Truth in Negotiation) are approved in Washington. For assistance regarding CLE credit in other states, contact Conferences & Continuing Education at (206) 543-0059 or 800-253-8648, email@example.com.
Accommodations for Disabilities
If you have a disability that may impact your participation in this seminar, please notify the Conferences & Continuing Education (206-543-0059 or 800-253-8648). We cannot ensure the availability of appropriate accommodation without prior sufficient notification of need.
Thank you to our 2013 Conference Sponsors who have made this conference possible.