An Exploration of the Business Aspects of Starting a Mediation Practice
Jay Candon, CPA
Jud Perkins, SCORE Volunteer
This RIMA Workshop is intended to present information on how one, who has been trained as a mediator and wants to pursue that profession on a full-time basis, would think through the business aspects of starting a mediation practice/business.
Jay is a CPA and experienced Forensic Accountant and co-author of the money related chapter in the Hawaii Bar Association's Handbook for Solo Practitioners. He formerly owned a forensic accounting firm which he built from scratch.
Jud has done work with SCORE, counseling entrepreneurial individuals about developing a business plan and taking other steps towards realizing their goal of building a successful business.
Both are experienced small claims volunteer mediators with CMCRI.
Join us for this informative workshop.
1.5 CE Credits
-This program is designed to qualify for 1.5 credits.
• Networking and "warm-up" - Mix with friends and meet new ones.
•includes Light Sandwich fare and Soft Drinks.