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A Simple Clause/Martin Rosenfeld, JD

February 11, 2019


I had a Professor for an Education class who pointed out that teachers should not shy away from personal discussions. Specifically, she urged the students, once in a classroom, to discuss why they chose to be teachers. It is only natural that a teacher of the young explain why they wish to teach the young. […]

Mother’s Day and Mediation/Martin Rosenfeld, JD

May 8, 2016


A mediator by the by name of Jan Schau recently wrote about what traits learned from Mom help her as a mediator. The trait that struck me was one of fairness. To be a good parent, or a good mediator, one needs to be fair and impartial. This in turn leads to trust. As we […]