Texas Wesleyan Law Review
Bearing in mind the definition of the word "art," the Author proceeds with a mixture of trepidation and bravado in committing to print his description of the "unanalyzable." What follows is the Author's sharing of the methods with which he approaches and conducts his role as a mediator of civil lawsuits, crediting most, if not all, he has learned to his trainer, Steve Brutsche (1947-1991), and to the hundreds of lawyers who have appeared as advocates in mediations he has conducted over the past nineteen years. The discussion will generally follow the chronological flow of a typical day of mediation and will direct particular attention to the close of the session.
The Art of Mediating Civil Lawsuits,
Tex. Wesleyan L. Rev.
Available at: https://doi.org/10.37419/TWLR.V15.I3.2