Winchester Academy program at library
Natalie Fleury will discuss mediation and legal disputes at 6:30 p.m. Monday, Oct. 10, at the Waupaca Area Public Library.
Hosted by Winchester Academy, the program is free and open to the public.
Fleury is adjunct professor of law at Marquette Law School. She teaches the Small Claims Mediation Clinic and is responsible for overseeing Marquette’s nationally ranked dispute resolution program. She has been honored as a Best Lawyer in Wisconsin in the Dispute Resolution category since 2009.
Fleury is the principal of Conflict Management Concepts LLC, a dispute resolution consulting firm.
“Are parties who choose alternative dispute resolution processes truly happier with the result?” Fleury asks. “Do parties want to have control over the outcome, one of the mainstays of mediation theory, or would they rather turn the process and/or the results over to a third party?”
Her presentation will cover common methods used to resolve legal disputes. She will examine recent research on how how parties choose which dispute resolution mechanism to use and provide insights regarding parties’ overall satisfaction with the different mechanisms.
Winchester Academy programs are funded through sponsors and tax-deductible donations.
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