Instructor: Diane Kenty

Diane Kenty
Biography:

Diane Kenty, Esq., is Director of the Court ADR program for the Maine Trial Courts, where she administers and serves on all statewide ADR rosters. She originally trained as a mediator at Harvard Law School in 1991 and has mediated hundreds of disputes in a wide range of settings since. The scope of her experience includes commercial law, family and divorce law, small claims and eviction cases, and organizational and community conflict. Diane teaches the ADR survey course and Mediation Practicum as adjunct faculty at the University of Maine School of Law. Formerly she practiced privately in Boston and has donated her time consulting and mediating to the courts of Jordan and Odessa, Ukraine. Diane holds an A.B. degree from Oberlin College, a Master's in Divinity from Union Theological Seminary, and a J.D. from Georgetown University Law Center.


Classes by this instructor


Contact Hrs/40 - CEUs/4.0 - CLEs/16 - General Credits/13 - Ethics Credits/2 - Harassment/Discrimination Credits/1 

Mediation introduces you to alternative dispute resolution (ADR) and the process and skills of mediation. It provides 40 hours of training, which is a state and national standard for entry-level mediators. The course is designed for individuals who are interested in mediating or applying the process of mediation to their profession or in their workplace.     

 

 

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April 10-15, 2025, Abromson Center, Room 213