The Psychology of Settlement

Claude Ducloux leads an in-depth discussion of central concepts related to the psychology of settlements. We'll explore how to create an environment that affords opportunities for settlement throughout litigation. We'll also discuss how to diagnose and fix misunderstandings, how to communicate actively with all involved parties, and how to create respectful, productive communication.

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  • Arkansas - 1.0 Total General Credits; 0.5 Total Ethics Credits
  • California - 1.0 Total General Credits; 0.5 Total Ethics Credits
  • Colorado - 1.0 Total General Credits; 0.5 Total Ethics Credits
  • Florida - 1.0 Total General Credits; 0.5 Total Ethics Credits
  • Georgia - 1.0 Total General Credits; 0.5 Total Ethics Credits
  • Hawaii - 1.0 Total General Credits; 0.5 Total Ethics Credits
  • Illinois - 1.0 Total General Credits; 0.5 Total Ethics Credits
  • Iowa - 1.0 Total General Credits; 0.5 Total Ethics Credits
  • Kansas - 1.0 Total General Credits; 0.5 Total Ethics Credits
  • Louisiana - 1.0 Total General Credits; 0.5 Total Ethics Credits
  • Mississippi - 1.0 Total General Credits; 0.5 Total Ethics Credits
  • Missouri - 1.0 Total General Credits; 0.5 Total Ethics Credits
  • Nebraska - 1.0 Total General Credits; 0.5 Total Ethics Credits
  • New Jersey - 1.0 Total General Credits; 0.5 Total Ethics Credits
  • New Mexico - 1.0 Total General Credits; 0.5 Total Ethics Credits
  • North Carolina - 1.0 Total General Credits; 0.5 Total Ethics Credits
  • North Dakota - 1.0 Total General Credits; 0.5 Total Ethics Credits
  • Ohio - 1.0 Total General Credits; 0.5 Total Ethics Credits
  • Oklahoma - 1.0 Total General Credits; 0.5 Total Ethics Credits
  • Oregon - 1.0 Total General Credits; 0.5 Total Ethics Credits
  • Texas - 1.0 Total General Credits; 0.5 Total Ethics Credits
  • Virginia - 1.0 Total General Credits; 0.5 Total Ethics Credits
  • West Virginia - 1.0 Total General Credits; 0.5 Total Ethics Credits
  • Wisconsin - 1.0 Total General Credits; 0.5 Total Ethics Credits
  • Wyoming - 1.0 Total General Credits; 0.5 Total Ethics Credits

Course Details:

Formats Available
Audio Recording, Video, Text
Release Date
Nov 15, 2017
On Demand
Available now
Course Duration
60 minutes
Cost
Free

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