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Expert Series CLE | North Carolina Dispute Resolution Commission Rule Amendments 2020 | 2020 | On Demand
Expert Series CLE | North Carolina Dispute Resolution Commission Rule Amendments 2020 | 2020 | On Demand

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North Carolina Dispute Resolution Commission staff, Tara Kozlowski and Maureen Robinson, present the Dispute Resolution Commission rule amendments of 2020 for the Superior Court Mediated Settlement Conferences (MSC) Rules, the Family Court Family Financial Cases (FFS) Rules and the Standards of Professional Conduct.

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Qualifies for 0.5 Hour NC State Bar Ethics/Professional Responsibility credit

Qualifies for 1.0 Hour of NC Dispute Resolution Commission Certified Mediator Education (CME) credit

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Tara L. Kozlowski is the executive director of the North Carolina Dispute Resolution Commission (DRC). Originally from Indiana, where she graduated with a B.S. in chemistry from Indiana University, she received her J.D. from the University of Toledo College of Law in 2006.

Mrs. Kozlowski is licensed to practice law in Ohio (inactive) and Michigan and became a member of the North Carolina State Bar in 2008. Prior to joining the DRC, Mrs. Kozlowski was in private practice with her primary focus on family law litigation in Wake County. She describes herself as being passionate about alternative dispute resolution.

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Maureen M. Robinson is the administrative assistant for the North Carolina Dispute Resolution Commission (DRC). Mrs. Robinson began her career with the DRC in 2006 and has continued to provide the highest level of support and dedicated service to the Commission since that time.

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