30-Hour Basic Mediation Training (Buffalo, NY)

October 6, 7, 8 & 9, 2015 (8:30 am - 5:30 pm)

Sequoia Stalder, Esq.

Buffalo, NY

New York CLE Approved for both newly admitted and experienced attorneys
32 CLE Hours (Includes 4 Ethics)

Approved under Part 146 by the NYS Unified Court System’s Office of ADR Programs.*

Join us for a comprehensive 30-Hour Mediation Training that covers the basic theory and skills of mediation in a dynamic and engaging learning environment.  This training is being offered in partnership with the Center for Resolution and Justice.

For more information and to register, click here or contact the Center for Resolution and Justice at (716) 335-7120 or (716) 335-7106 or email Mediate@cfsbny.org. 

About the Trainer:
Sequoia Stalder, Esq.

Sequoia Stalder is a recognized expert in mediation and conflict management. He is an attorney who regularly lectures and teaches in both private and academic settings and has a mediation practice focused on workplace, organizational and family disputes.

Sequoia provides beginner and advanced mediation trainings to a diverse array of professionals including lawyers, judges, therapists, teachers and others. He is certified by the New York State Court System’s Community Dispute Resolution Centers Program to provide 30-hour basic mediation trainings. Both his basic mediation training and divorce mediation training are certified under New York State Court Rule Part 146.

In addition to his private practice and trainings, Sequoia is an Adjunct Professor of negotiation and mediation at Columbia University’s International Center for Cooperation and Conflict Resolution and a faculty member of the Center for Mediation in Law (Center for Understanding in Conflict).

Complementing his private sector work, Sequoia is the Director of Conflict Resolution Services and the Director of the Mediation Training Institute at New York Center for Interpersonal Development, a New York State Court-designated Mediation Center, where he oversees more than 700 mediation cases annually. Sequoia also currently serves as a member of the Mediator Ethics Advisory Committee for the New York State Courts.

Learn more about Sequoia’s practice and trainings at www.staldermediation.com and www.srmediators.com

*Note that final placement on any court roster is at the discretion of the local Administrative Judge and participation in a course that is either approved or pending approval does not guarantee placement on a local court roster.