- Press Release
APRIL 4, 2006
NASSAU COUNTY BAR ASSOCIATION ASKS NAM TO CONDUCT CLE PROGRAM ON ADR - NAM PRESIDENT ROY ISRAEL AND HEARING OFFICER HON. JOHN DIBLASI TO SPEAK ABOUT "MAKING THE MOST OF YOUR MEDIATION"
GARDEN CITY, NY - Roy Israel, President and CEO of NAM (National Arbitration and Mediation), and Hon. John DiBlasi, Former Justice of the Supreme Court (Westchester), will be the keynote speakers at a Nassau County Bar Association (NCBA) committee meeting on April 11th. The topic is "Making the Most of Your Mediation."
“As one of the nation's leading experts in Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR), our focus is to always maximize the dispute resolution process for all of the parties involved,” said Roy Israel. “We're delighted to share our expertise with members of the legal community of Nassau County.”
“Mediation is a highly-efficient, cost-effective way of easing our overburdened court system,” said Justice John DiBlasi, who is also a professionally trained mediator. “I look forward to providing legal insight on recent trends in mediation to the ADR Committee of the Nassau County Bar Association.”
The program is the latest in a series of monthly meetings designed to increase legal education about Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR). It will be open to members of the NCBA's ADR Committee and they can receive optional Continuing Legal Education (CLE) credit.
Attendees interested in obtaining CLE credit will pay a $30 fee to the NAL, a charitable foundation that is the educational/CLE arm of the Nassau County Bar Association. The meeting is scheduled To take place at 12:30 p.m. at NCBA Headquarters in Mineola.
Headquartered in Garden City, New York, National Arbitration and Mediation, Inc. (NAM) is one of the nation's leading dispute resolution institutions, offering cost-effective alternatives to expensive and often time-consuming litigation. Founded in 1992, NAM has a nationwide panel of nearly 2,500 top-tier former judges and practicing specialists uniquely qualified to resolve legal matters in a private forum.
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