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Preparing Your Client for Mediation

Going to mediation? Preparing your client in advance will increase the chances that she will walk out of the mediation satisfied with the result. From a free, downloadable booklet that you can hand to clients, to articles about how to explain the opening conference to your client, mediator Lee Wallace talks to you about how to get your client ready to talk settlement.

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Mediation Booklet for Clients

Look professional and prepared as you hand this booklet to your client. Mediator Lee Wallace prepared this free, downloadable booklet that you can hand to your clients before mediation. The booklet, 8 pages in all, is called What to Expect at Mediation. The booklet tells clients what will happen at mediation, answers FAQs, and explains the vision behind mediation.

What to Expect at Mediation

A Free Booklet to Give Your Clients

Four Compelling Reasons to Mediate Your Next Case
https://mediationsolutionscenter.com/2018/08/10/four-compelling-reasons-to-mediate-your-next-case/
Virtually all litigation lawyers are enthusiastic about mediation. One of the most effective ways to prepare your client for mediation is to explain the “big picture” reasons why mediation is such a good idea. Clients will be impressed to learn that mediations cost less, work faster, and are more predictable than trials.

Four More Compelling Reasons to Mediate Your Next Case
https://mediationsolutionscenter.com/2018/08/17/four-more-compelling-reasons-to-mediate-your-next-case/
This article is the second of two parts, describing the reasons why nearly all lawyers are enthusiastic about mediation. If you explain these concepts to your clients, you can give them a sense of your vision for mediation, what it can accomplish, and why it could make more sense than trial.