As part of the ABA's Mediation Week October 14 - 20, the Community Justice & Mediation Center and the Monroe County Bar Association present Ethics for Advocates and Mediators with Stephen L. Shields, BA, JD, LLM. Steve, a partner in the Memphis law firm of Jackson, Shield, Yeiser & Holt, a Civil Mediator, as well as Rule 31 General Civil Mediation Trainer. A Bloomington native and frequent hometown visitor, Steve is looking forward to presenting an engaging and lively workshop that has been approved for 1.0 Ethics or General CLE/Ethics CME. The cost is $30, with all proceeds going to CJAM! CLICK HERE TO REGISTER.
When: Monday, October 15, 2018, 4:00-5:30 PM
Location: Bloomington Transit Center, 301 S. Walnut St, Bloomington, IN
STEVE SHIELDS, JD, LLM is the founding member of Alternative Dispute Resolution Institute and a Partner in the Memphis law firm of Jackson, Shields, Yeiser & Holt. He is a Tennessee Supreme Court Alternative Dispute Resolution Rule 31 General Civil Mediator as well as Rule 31 General Civil Mediation Trainer. Mr. Shields was recently appointed for a three-year term as a Tennessee Supreme Court Alternative Dispute Resolution Commission Commissioner. He is a Listed Mediator in the Mediator Profile Directory of the United States District Court Western District of Tennessee. Mr. Shields is a frequent speaker and author regarding alternative dispute resolution topics. He is also a founding member as well as the Chair of the Mid-South Community Justice and Mediation Center. He is the current Chair of the Tennessee Bar Association Alternative Dispute Resolution Executive Council and he is the current Past-President of the Tennessee Association of Professional Mediators. He is an adjunct professor at the Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law at the University of Memphis where he is the Director of the Mediation Clinic. In 2015, Mr. Shields was chosen as the recipient of the prestigious Grayfred Gray Public Service In Mediation award. He has been listed in Best Lawyers since 1991.