Instructor: William Logue
William Logue Biography: William Devane Logue ("Bill") teaches Negotiation and is Distinguished Practitioner in Residence and Director of Training Programs at the Quinnipiac Law School Center on Dispute Resolution. He is lead faculty for the Center's 40-hour mediation training. He contributed three chapters to the Mediation Practice Book published in 2001 by the Connecticut Bar Association and Quinnipiac Law School. Logue has been a mediator, facilitator, consensus builder, trainer and consultant since 1986. He mediates employment, workplace, commercial, construction, environmental, and other matters. Logue has led public policy consensus building work and facilitation on environmental, nuclear and hazardous waste, transportation and human service issues throughout the northeast. He has designed and led conflict resolution training programs for numerous organizations in the public and private sector. Logue is past chair of the Connecticut Bar Association Alternative Dispute Resolution Section and past co-chair of the Standing Committee on Dispute Resolution in the Courts. Logue is also a past president of the New England Chapter of the Association for Conflict Resolution. He has been appointed as a panelist on several state and federal neutral panels. In 2015 he received the Honorable Robert C. Zampano Award for Excellence in mediation. He is a Director Emeritus and Fellow of the Connecticut Bar Foundation and a Fellow of the American Bar Foundation.

Classes by this instructor

Contact Hrs/CEUs: 14/1.4

AgileWhile conflicts are inevitable, anger, holding grudges, hurt, and blame are not.  Conflict resolution can be a growth opportunity.  With the right tools and frame of mind, you can resolve conflicts in a way that benefits everyone involved.  Once people understand conflict and how to more effectively manage it, fear and avoidance can disappear, while personal growth and productivity expand.

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December 7-8, 2017, Abromson Center, Room 216 (23 seats (96%) remaining)
Contact Hrs/CEUs: 40/4.0

AgileMediation 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 26, 2018 to May 1, 2018, Abromson Center, Room 213 (18 seats (90%) remaining)