Archives for August 2012

Ethical Blind Spots in Mediation and the Benefits of Mentorship

Welcome back to Mediate BC Blog.  Today another thought-provoking post from guest blogger Sharon Sutherland, Assistant Professor at the UBC Faculty of Law: As I prepare course materials for a new class in Ethics and Professionalism and also update readings for my tenth (!) time teaching the UBC Mediation Clinic,… more »

Family Mediation Services Ready to Launch New Regional Mentoring Program Pilot Project

Today’s post is provided by guest blogger, Rob Finlay, Manager of Mediate BC’s Family Mediation Services.  Rob is a certified mediator and licensed attorney in Washington State.

Rob Finlay, Manager, Family Mediation Services
Since 2004, Mediate BC has assisted many families in resolving a wide variety of family disputes without… more »