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Communication Builds Collaboration. Member Spotlight: Veerash Srikison

8 May, 2022Blog, Mediation & Negotiation

“Veerash has many people in her family that come from the litigation field. But she is the first to break out from the adversarial approach by being a mediator. As a lawyer, she noticed that there is a tension between law and mediation. With the law, there is the perception that a lawyer is here to decide for their clients and make all the decisions, whereas mediation is more about giving back power to the clients to make the final decision. She felt that this is especially important because the clients will live with those decisions for the rest of their lives, not the lawyer/mediator.”

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