Attorneys that learn and use core mediation principles and specific conflict resolution skills can decrease discord and increase peace and productivity in their practice. Litigation-avoidance is a great skill to master, even when you are a master litigator. Resolving legal problems results in increased client satisfaction, client retention, and attracting new clients.

Marquis Mediation provides On-Site CLE training at your office or facility. Training at your location, when it suits you, to fit your business needs, makes obtaining your CLE credits cost-effective and convenient.

NH Bar CLE Credit Courses:

  1.  Got Conflict? Here’s How to Resolve It: Core Mediation and Conflict Resolution Training for Attorneys to Sharpen their Skills (2.0 CLE credits)
  2. Out of Order! Dealing with Difficult, Disruptive Behavior:  Attorneys Learn Conflict Resolution Tips, Tricks, and Techniques for Taming Toxic, Tyrant Behavior (2.0 CLE credits)
  3. Broken & Bruised by Conflict & Disputes? How to Manage Conflict Effectively: The Do’s & Don’ts of Conflict Management for Attorneys (2.0 CLE credits)
  4. Keep It Cool: Easy Ways for Lawyers to De-Escalate Legal Conflict: Attorneys Learn to use Core Mediation and Conflict Resolution Skills to De-Fuse and De-Escalate Conflict (2.0 CLE credits)
  5. The Top 10 Commandments of Clean Communication for Legal Professionals: Conflict Resolution Training to help Attorneys Communicate more Effectively to Avoid Conflict in their Legal Practice (2.0 CLE credits)
  6. Win-Win Without Giving In: How Attorneys Can Maximize Mediation Techniques to be Deal-Makers and Learn Proactive Approaches to Conflict and Dispute Resolution (2.0 CLE credits)
  7. Advanced Mediation & Conflict Resolution Training Program: “Resolve Conflict Like a Masterful Mediator”: Learn to Master Mediation and Conflict Resolution Methods with Secrets, Skills, and Strategies to Strengthen your Dispute Resolution Skillset to resolve conflict like a Masterful Mediator≈  NH Supreme Court Rule 53 & Superior Court Rule 32 (c) (4) (b) requirements met (8.0 CLE credits)

The provider believes courses meet NH Supreme Court Rule 53 and/or NH Superior Court Rule 32 (c) (4) (b) annual refresher training and annual NHMCLE requirements. New Hampshire attendees must self-determine whether a program is eligible for credit, and self-report their attendance.