Remote Webinar: Texas-Specific Mediator Short Course


  • Review of the Texas ADR Act’s “Qualifications of Impartial Third Parties”
  • Overview of ADR legislation in Texas
  • Detailed review of the ethical guidelines for mediators in Texas
  • Professional considerations





Offered via remote webinar on a case-by-case basis, this four-hour training is for mediators who have completed basic mediation training in a state other than Texas. The completion of this short-course will meet the basic mediation training standards of the Texas Mediation Trainers Roundtable (TMTR) standards as required by the Texas Mediator Credentialing Association (TMCA).

About the Facilitator

Jim Guinn, M.A. is an Associate Professor of Sport’s Leadership for Texas A&M University and is currently involved in oil and gas investments and operations for Guinn Investments Inc. He also handles trust management duties for three separate trusts. As a mediator Mr. Guinn has conducted many successful mediations involving family disputes and civil disputes. He is a Board Member of the Texas Association of Mediators. Mr. Guinn does pro bono work for the Brazos Valley Dispute Resolution Center in Brazos County, which is a non-profit mediation center that is supported by the local courts. He is also a facilitator for classes in the Masters of Arts in Conflict Resolution program through Abilene Christian University. Mr. Guinn received his Bachelor’s degree in Business Management and his Masters in Conflict Resolution from Abilene Christian University in four years. He is currently pursuing his doctorate in Organizational Leadership.


To be determined by the participant(s) and facilitator.


Zoom conference. A link will be sent to the participant to join the webinar at the time agreed upon between the participant and facilitator.



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