Sabrina A. Stuart
Sabrina A. Stuart is a Senior Associate at Hiden, Rott & Oertle, LLP, and works in the Firm’s San Diego office with experience in family law, civil litigation, and mediation. Ms. Stuart began offering mediation services in 2009 and has successfully assisted litigants in mediating their legal issues. She has a multitude of hands-on training in alternative dispute resolution, as much of her practice consists of negotiations and mediations. Ms. Stuart attended the Pepperdine University School of Law, Straus Institution for Dispute Resolution and the National Conflict Resolution Center locally for mediation training.
- 2 General Credits
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- How to elicit information
- Avoiding impasses
- Changing focus to reach resolution
- Salvaging failed mediation efforts