UCCR Brown Bag Lunch Presentations
These interactive luncheons will be held the third Thursday of each month starting in March from 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m. at the Law & Justice Center located at 645 South 200 East, Salt Lake City.
If you or someone you know would like to present at a Brown Bag, please let us know. Also, if you have a topic you would like us to address and want us to find a speaker, let us know that too!
What HAS to be in your mediator kit. What SHOULD be in your mediator kit. What COULD be in your mediator kit. Natalie Threlkeld will discuss the concept of creating and using a mediator kit so that you are always prepared for any type of mediation and what resources work the best for her and possibly for you!!
Natalie Threlkeld is the owner of Agree-able Mediations in Layton, Utah. She teaches mediation classes as well as a class regarding tax issues in a divorce. Natalie is a Master Mediator and holds the domestic violence expertise. She has mediated over 5,000 hours in various areas including divorce, custody, alimony, real estate, guardianship, EEO, landlord/tenant, ADA, probate, debt collection, and taxes. Natalie was the Domestic Mediation Program Coordinator for the Administrative Office of the Courts. She designed and implemented the mandatory mediation program for contested divorces when the requirement to mediate contested divorces was enacted in 2005. In her previous life, Natalie worked for the IRS for 26 years teaching tax law and tax accounts. She facilitated dysfunctional teams and taught IRS employees how to talk to taxpayers! Natalie is the wife of one, the mother of two, and the Nana of 5.5 (one is on the way!) Natalie loves to read and play in the dirt in her yard!
The Zen of You and Me
An exploration of how coming together must include the ways in which we are very different
Diane Musho Hamilton
She has been a practitioner of meditation for more than 30 years and is a lineage holder in the Soto Zen tradition. Diane facilitates Big Mind Big Heart, a process developed to help elicit the insights of Zen in Western audiences. Diane is considered a pioneer in articulating and applying the insights of an Integral Life Practice based on work of Ken Wilber. Since 2004, she has worked with Ken Wilber and the Integral Institute in Denver, Colorado.
What better way to get on the same page about mediation, than to hear from an experience trial attorney how she prepares herself and clients for mediation. It is equally as important for attorneys to prepare themselves, as well as, their clients for mediation, as it is for mediators to understand what attorneys are doing to prepare for mediation.
Heather L. Thuet is a skilled and experienced trial attorney with jury trials in federal court and in state courts across Utah. As a shareholder at Christensen & Jensen she chairs the firm’s Real Estate practice group. Her practice is in the areas of Real Estate, Medical Aesthetic Malpractice, Construction Defect, Insurance Bad Faith and Catastrophic Personal Injury.
She is an elected Bar Commissioner representing the Third Division on the Utah State Bar Board of Bar Commissioners and is the former Chair of the Utah State Bar’s Litigation Section.
Heather is a licensed real estate broker and owner of boutique real estate brokerage, Endurance Real Estate. She is serving her 9th year as a Judge Pro Tem in the Salt Lake Justice Court. In 2016 she completed her four year term as a Commissioner on Salt Lake City Historic Landmarks Commission protecting the city’s heritage homes and historic structures.
Stacy Roberts, UCCR Brown Bag Event Chair
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