Dispute Resolution Neutral Cultural Competence | What Does this Mean?

The Rule 114 Code of Ethics states that “A neutral shall serve as a neutral only when she/he has the necessary qualifications to satisfy the reasonable expectations of the parties.” The 1997 comments include the following additional insight; “A person who offers neutral services gives parties and the public the expectations that she or he is competent to serve effectively as a neutral.” Building on last year’s presentation that raised the question as to whether “whiteness is embedded in mediation,” this year, Dr. T. Anansi Wilson and Professor Sharon Press will offer their thoughts on how competence must include cultural competence and then explore what that means as applied to ADR neutrals.

This CLE is approved for credit through March 18, 2024.

Professor Sharon Press | Director of Dispute Resolution Institute | Mitchell Hamline School of Law
Dr. T. Anansi Wilson | Assistant Professor | Mitchell Hamline School of Law

CLE Credits:
1.0 Ethics CLE | Event Code: 445832

MSBA Members:  $29.95
Non-MSBA Members:  $64.95



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