The good lawyers on either side have figured out roughly where they want to end up and obviously where they are going to start to get there. They’ve already thought through their moves.
This transcription of the podcast with Mediator Bob Palmer discusses working with a mediator, how to prepare yourself and your client for mediation, the process of mediations, Ohio statute’s regarding mediation and much more. Read along or listen to the podcast to get a more in depth look on how working with a mediator may help your case and your client.
This podcast with Mediator Bob Palmer discusses working with a mediator, how to prepare yourself and your client for mediation, the process of mediations, Ohio statute’s regarding mediation and much more.
Our courageous host of the CivillySpeaking Podcasts is Sean Harris, the current Treasurer of OAJ.
Sean Harris is a partner with Kitrick, Lewis, & Harris Co., LPA in Columbus, Ohio. Sean practices exclusively in the area of plaintiff’s wrongful death, product liability, and personal injury litigation.
Sean earned his law degree from The Ohio State University College of Law, where he was a finalist in the ATLA (AAJ) Trial Advocacy Competition. He also earned the CALI Award in Trial Practice. During law school, Sean clerked for the firm of Frank A. Ray Co., L.P.A. Before law school, Sean graduated from Ohio Wesleyan University with a triple major in Philosophy, Geography, and Environmental Studies. While in college, he was a member of OWU’s comedy improv troupe.
Whenever time allows, Sean enjoys working in his small woodshop making furniture and other projects, including a reproduction of Thomas Jefferson’s rotating five book bookstand, which he keeps in his office.
You can follow Sean’s personal blog at failsafebydesign.com
Welcome to the CivillySpeaking Blog! Here we will be posting about the podcasts we are creating for our members (trial lawyers in Ohio). When looking for a new medium to reach members, podcasts immediately came to mind as a way for members to hear from other members and pick up tips and ideas for handling cases. If you have a suggestion for a podcast topic, please leave us a comment!