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Paul W. McVicker's Discussions

UCLA/R open forum call for volunteers.

Started Oct 5, 2011 0 Replies

Action Alert:   The ADR Legislative Committee needs help in the planning of the November 17 Open…Continue

Collaborative Law Act

Started this discussion. Last reply by Joyce Lynn Elder Dec 13, 2010. 1 Reply

Since the Uniform Law Commission has passed a final version of the Uniform Collaborative Law Act,  it is beginning to be promoted, discussed, and/or vetted by various attorney groups.  A  threshold…Continue

Tags: Legislation, Law, Collaborative

Newsletter online

Started this discussion. Last reply by David H. Black Apr 20, 2010. 1 Reply

The most recent addition to the newsletter is on line under Section News.  Comments on the newsletter and it's contents are welcome.  Earlier editions of the newsletter are also online.Continue

 

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Profile Information

Title/Position
Attorney
Company/Employer
Seattle Law and Mediation, P.S.
Services Provided
Legal Advice & Counsel, Advocacy, Collaborative Law, Litigation, Mediator
Practice Areas
Business, Collaborative Law, Family Law
Phone
206-456-6641
Email
paul@seattleLawandMediation.net
Website
http://www.SeattleLawandMediation.net

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Forum on Incorporating Early Mediation in King County Family Law Case Schedules at KCBA Offices - 7th Floor

October 21, 2014 from 4:45pm to 6pm
 A Bench-Bar discussion on changing the case schedule in King County family law cases to incorporate early mediation on Tuesday October 21st 4:45pm at the new KCBA Offices. Sponsored by the KCBA Family Law Section and the WSBA ADR Section Legislative Committee. With the Honorable Palmer Robinson, King County Superior Court Chief Unified Family Court Judge. Also including the Honorable Lori Smith and the Honorable Judith Ramseyer.Please attend this important discussion concerning the conduct of…See More
Oct 9
Rina Goodman is attending Paul W. McVicker's event
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Forum on Incorporating Early Mediation in King County Family Law Case Schedules at KCBA Offices - 7th Floor

October 21, 2014 from 4:45pm to 6pm
 A Bench-Bar discussion on changing the case schedule in King County family law cases to incorporate early mediation on Tuesday October 21st 4:45pm at the new KCBA Offices. Sponsored by the KCBA Family Law Section and the WSBA ADR Section Legislative Committee. With the Honorable Palmer Robinson, King County Superior Court Chief Unified Family Court Judge. Also including the Honorable Lori Smith and the Honorable Judith Ramseyer.Please attend this important discussion concerning the conduct of…See More
Sep 30
Joanna Roth commented on Paul W. McVicker's event 'Forum on Incorporating Early Mediation in King County Family Law Case Schedules'
"I am very sorry to miss!"
Sep 30
Jeff Bean might attend Paul W. McVicker's event
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Forum on Incorporating Early Mediation in King County Family Law Case Schedules at KCBA Offices - 7th Floor

October 21, 2014 from 4:45pm to 6pm
 A Bench-Bar discussion on changing the case schedule in King County family law cases to incorporate early mediation on Tuesday October 21st 4:45pm at the new KCBA Offices. Sponsored by the KCBA Family Law Section and the WSBA ADR Section Legislative Committee. With the Honorable Palmer Robinson, King County Superior Court Chief Unified Family Court Judge. Also including the Honorable Lori Smith and the Honorable Judith Ramseyer.Please attend this important discussion concerning the conduct of…See More
Sep 30
An event by Paul W. McVicker was featured
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Forum on Incorporating Early Mediation in King County Family Law Case Schedules at KCBA Offices - 7th Floor

October 21, 2014 from 4:45pm to 6pm
 A Bench-Bar discussion on changing the case schedule in King County family law cases to incorporate early mediation on Tuesday October 21st 4:45pm at the new KCBA Offices. Sponsored by the KCBA Family Law Section and the WSBA ADR Section Legislative Committee. With the Honorable Palmer Robinson, King County Superior Court Chief Unified Family Court Judge. Also including the Honorable Lori Smith and the Honorable Judith Ramseyer.Please attend this important discussion concerning the conduct of…See More
Sep 30
Paul W. McVicker posted an event
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Forum on Incorporating Early Mediation in King County Family Law Case Schedules at KCBA Offices - 7th Floor

October 21, 2014 from 4:45pm to 6pm
 A Bench-Bar discussion on changing the case schedule in King County family law cases to incorporate early mediation on Tuesday October 21st 4:45pm at the new KCBA Offices. Sponsored by the KCBA Family Law Section and the WSBA ADR Section Legislative Committee. With the Honorable Palmer Robinson, King County Superior Court Chief Unified Family Court Judge. Also including the Honorable Lori Smith and the Honorable Judith Ramseyer.Please attend this important discussion concerning the conduct of…See More
Sep 30
Paul W. McVicker is attending Helen Ling's event
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WEBCAST: Changes to Arbitration: Where Mediation and Arbitration Intersect at online

May 21, 2014 from 5:30pm to 7pm
Changes to Arbitration: Where Mediation and Arbitration IntersectPresented by the WSBA ADR Section Membership Committee  When:         Wednesday, May 21, 2014                         5:30 – 7:30 p.m.                         Panel Presentation:  5:30 – 6:45 p.m.                        Networking Reception:  6:45 – 7:30 p.m. Where:      Webcast Live Streaming Available                        http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kb1GKFjuzJY Cost: …See More
May 15
John K Butler replied to Paul W. McVicker's discussion 'Reminder for Noon meeting today of the Legislative Committee' in the group Legislative Committee
"Looks like I will have to join by phone after all, but I will be there. Looking forward to it!"
Apr 8
Paul W. McVicker added a discussion to the group Legislative Committee
Apr 8
Paul W. McVicker joined Rina Goodman's group
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Advisory Opinion 2223 Discussion Group

Information and discussion on WSBA Advisory Opinion 2223: Lawyer-Mediator Preparing Legal Documents for Unrepresented Parties. An open public forum on the ramifications of this advisory opinion. Open to any registered member of the wsba-adr.org network.See More
Mar 25
Rina Goodman replied to Paul W. McVicker's discussion 'Legislative Committee Meeting.' in the group Legislative Committee
"I'll attend by phone or in person."
Mar 11
John K Butler replied to Paul W. McVicker's discussion 'Legislative Committee Meeting.' in the group Legislative Committee
"I plan to be there. "
Mar 8
Jeff Bean replied to Paul W. McVicker's discussion 'Legislative Committee Meeting.' in the group Legislative Committee
"I'll be there - on the phone, that is."
Mar 7
Paul W. McVicker added a discussion to the group Legislative Committee
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Legislative Committee Meeting.

Our next meeting of the Legislative Committee is April 8th at Noon.  Information is on the committee webpage at http://wsba-adr.org/groups/legislativecommittee.Unfortunately, the WICAA, which passed the house 95-2, died in Senate Committee.  This does not mean the proposal is dead.  It does mean we have more work to do.Please join the committee meeting on the 8th of April.  In addition to our future strategy regarding the WICAA, we…See More
Mar 6
Sasha S. Philip is attending Paul W. McVicker's event
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CLE Seminar: Early Mediation Models in Family Law Cases at WSBA Conference Center

February 14, 2014 from 8am to 4:15pm
Presented by the WSBA in partnership with the WSBA Alternative Dispute Resolution Section Through demonstration, video, and interactive techniques, the faculty of this seminar will examine early mediation models in family law cases: benefits to clients, counsel, and the court system; impediments; screening for appropriate cases; preparing clients; and special considerations when children are involved. Among the early mediation models analyzed will be that employed by the Circuit Court of Cook…See More
Feb 12
Debra Synovec is attending Paul W. McVicker's event
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CLE Seminar: Early Mediation Models in Family Law Cases at WSBA Conference Center

February 14, 2014 from 8am to 4:15pm
Presented by the WSBA in partnership with the WSBA Alternative Dispute Resolution Section Through demonstration, video, and interactive techniques, the faculty of this seminar will examine early mediation models in family law cases: benefits to clients, counsel, and the court system; impediments; screening for appropriate cases; preparing clients; and special considerations when children are involved. Among the early mediation models analyzed will be that employed by the Circuit Court of Cook…See More
Jan 28

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At 9:34pm on December 9, 2010, Joyce Lynn Elder said…

No, I'm not the chair.  I just joined the ADR section and the committee last week and am still feeling my way around.  But I'm looking forward to participating actively.

At 8:31pm on December 9, 2010, Joyce Lynn Elder said…

Hi, Paul!  Welcome to the Legislative Committee!  Still feeling my way around a bit, but did want to extend a welcome.

At 6:57am on February 26, 2010, Jeff Bean said…
Paul, welcome! Wander around and make yourself comfortable!

Paul W. McVicker's Blog

A Mediator’s Assessment of Safety Issues and Concerns

Posted on April 16, 2013 at 10:30am 0 Comments

The Viola J. Taliaferro Family and Children Mediation Clinic and the Indiana University Maurer School of Law have been studying screening for intimate partner violence and/or abuse in family mediation for several years.  As a result of their studies they developed a new screening method designed to be given as an interview.  The assessment, Mediator’s Assessment of Safety Issues and Concerns or MASIC, was featured in an article in the Family Court Review in October…

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Supreme Court Proposes Collaborative Law Rules

Posted on April 10, 2013 at 8:00am 0 Comments

Report of the ADR Section Legislative Committee

On April 5, 2013 the Washington Supreme Court entered an Order on the adoption of Collaborative Law Rules. A copy of the complete order with the proposed Rules is here: April 5 2013 Order on adoption of…

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