Civil & Family Mediation 40 Hour Courses Announced for 2017

Civil and Family 40 hour mediation courses provide an excellent learning environment with practical experience in mediation. Each program has a professional & informative approach to the psychological, legal and business aspects of mediation. These courses provide the 40 hour instruction certified as appropriate for mediation training by the Indiana Commission for Continuing Legal Education under the Indiana Trial Rule – ADR.

The Family to Civil Crossover Training provides 16 crossover hours as well as 9 CLE hours and 3 Ethics hours and is designed for those that have already attended and completed an earlier Family Mediation Training session and now wish to complete the Civil Mediation Training.

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CIVIL MEDIATION TRAINING
June 21-25, 2017 –  24 CLE / 6 E   (40 Civil Med. Hours)
Limited to 42 participants!
LIVE IN-PERSON ONLY! – ICLEF Conference Facility, Indianapolis

FAMILY TO CIVIL CROSSOVER TRAINING
June 21-23, 2017  –  9 CLE / 3 E   (16 Med. Crossover Hours)
Limited to 6 participants!
LIVE IN-PERSON ONLY! – ICLEF Conference Facility, Indianapolis

FAMILY MEDIATION TRAINING
August 9-13, 2017  –  24 CLE / 6 E    (40 Fam. Med. Hours)
Limited to 42 participants!
LIVE IN-PERSON ONLY!  ICLEF Conference Facility, Indianapolis

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FACULTY:

W. DOUGLAS LEMON
Attorney at Law – Mediator
MINER & LEMON LLP, Warsaw

W. Douglas Lemon was admitted before the Indiana State Bar in 1995, as well as the U.S. Northern and Southern District Courts. Memberships include the Indiana State Bar Association and the Kosciusko County Bar Association. Mr. Lemon graduated from Hanover College (BA) in 1992 and received his JD from the Indiana University School of Law (Bloomington) in 1995. In a career spanning more than 20 years, Mr. Lemon has built a wide-ranging and diverse practice including: insurance defense, plaintiff’s litigation, criminal defense, estate planning and probate, real estate transactions, guardianships and adoptions, family law, business development, and juvenile law. Since completing the Civil Mediation Training course in 2008, Mr. Lemon’s practice has increasingly concentrated on both civil and domestic mediation, and he has served as a frequent Assistant Trainer in subsequent courses.

In addition to pursuing his law practice, Mr. Lemon attended Grace Seminary in Winona Lake, Indiana from 2003-2005 and has been serving as the Senior Pastor of Oak Grove Community Church (Warsaw) since 2005.

HON. TERRY C. SHEWMAKER
Senior Judge, Mediator

Terry C. Shewmaker practiced law for over 23 years serving as a civil attorney as well as a deputy prosecuting attorney. Thereafter he served 18 years as the elected Judge of Elkhart Circuit Court. He handled thousands of cases including tort claims, mortgage foreclosures, domestic relations, and commercial litigation, along with criminal cases. Judge Shewmaker is certified as a Senior Judge and registered mediator.

JOY L. COLWELL
Attorney at Law – Mediator, Lake County

Joy L. Colwell is trained in both civil and family mediation. In addition to writing the manual used in this seminar, she has been training with Thomas R. Lemon since 1994. Her background also includes general legal practice as well as litigation experience. Ms. Colwell was admitted to the Indiana Bar in 1984 and the Illinois Bar in 1988. She is a graduate of Indiana University, B.A., 1980; Indiana University School of Law, Bloomington, J.D., 1984 (cum laude). She has also taught such subjects as Dispute Resolution and Negotiations.

CAROLINE GILCHRIST
Attorney at Law – Mediator
Baker & Gilchrist LLC, Avon & Indianapolis

Caroline Gilchrist is a partner in the firm of Baker & Gilchrist, with offices in Avon and Indianapolis. She first became interested in mediation in 1987 when she completed the forty-hour family law mediation training program. She has been a mediator for the Indiana Special Education Mediation Services. She has been trained as a civil mediator since 1993. Ms. Gilchrist received her undergraduate degree from Ball State University and graduated from the Indiana University School of Law, Bloomington, Indiana, in 1982. The focus of her law practice is mediation and litigation, specifically, family law, medical malpractice and personal injury. She has served on the Family Law Executive Committee of the Indianapolis Bar Association for a number of years and was chairperson in 1995. She is co-chairperson of the mediation subcommittee of the family law section of the Indiana State Bar Association. She has participated in “Settlement Week,” and has spoken in a variety of seminars regarding the subject of mediation.

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