There is a new mediation program at UW Law School that can help you resolve your conflict!
- Mediation is a voluntary and confidential process to resolve conflicts.
- People decide for themselves whether they want to reach an agreement and what it will be.
- With the help of a neutral third party (the mediator), people sit down informally to discuss their concerns and see if they can reach an agreement that is acceptable to both of them.
- Mediation can help people understand their conflicts in new ways that can enable them to find resolutions.
- Mediation can help people communicate with each other.
- You can end mediation at any time, and very often it is free.
For more information about mediation or to schedule a mediation session, please contact Donna Erez-Navot, Director of the Mediation Clinic at firstname.lastname@example.org or 608-262-4870.