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Jack R. Goetz, Esq., M.B.A., Ph.D.

BACKGROUND:

  • Lecturer in Law, USC Gould School of Law, teaching Mediation Theory and Practice 2017-present
  • Consultant, USC Gould School of Law, developing new graduate programs (LLM in Alternative Dispute Resolution, and Masters in Dispute Resolution) from conceptualization to launch 2015-2017
  • Business Faculty, Moorpark College, 2018-present
  • President, Southern California Mediation Association (2017-2018)
  • President, MC3 (2015-present)
  • MC3-Certified Mediator (2019-present)
  • Created - for the California State University campuses - a unique, applied one-semester mediation training program that integrated mediation theory with a practicum that included real world mediation practice (2009-2015)
  • Commissioner, Distance Education Accrediting Commission (2017-2023)
  • Works in the USA and internationally as a leader of various accreditation teams, coordinating onsite university visits and reports that offer suggestions to improve learning environments in the various institutions to foster best practices.
  • Built the business plan and educational platform for the first nationally accredited online law school.
Resume: Jack R. Goetz, Esq., MBA, Ph.D.
JackRGoetzCV4-22.pdf
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Publications:

SERVING THE PUBLIC: THE CASE FOR FORMALLY PROFESSIONALIZING COURT-CONNECTED AND LITIGATED-CASE MEDIATION:

This article posits that the field of mediation can better serve the public by developing a system of public accountability that would elevate itself to a formal, professional status. What’s more, the proverbial train may have already left the station in disputes that are resolved in a public forum: court-connected and litigated cases.

Professionalizing Mediation, By Goetz and Kalfsbeek, 2014
professionalizingmediationin2014.pdf
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Civil Harassment Mediation: A Settlement-Friendly Environment:

Civil harassment mediation, from an outsider's perspective, seems to be a daunting environment in which to achieve a settlement. Parties have an emotional dispute, are not likely to cooperate with each other, and mediation time is limited. Nevertheless, settlements are achieved by applying well known concepts from basic mediator training.



Read More: http://www.scmediation.org/civil-harassment-mediation-a-settlement-friendly-environment-2/  

Courtroom “Intake” Speeches for Civil Harassment and Small Claims:

Courtroom speeches encouraging mediation evolve readily from the application of well recognized principles that support the advantages of mediation.   Since courtroom time is often limited, this article presents a practical approach to using those principles in developing a five minute presentation that has been utilized in civil harassment and small claims settings. 

 

Read More http://www.mediate.com/articles/goetzJ2.cfm



The Value-Added Attorney (How to Make the Most of the Court Required Mediation Process):

Recent studies demonstrate that when a case does not settle in mediation, many attorneys participate in costly decision-error for their clients by passing on settlement offers that are better than the litigated outcome.  This article provides counsel with a 4 point checklist that helps prevent that error from occurring by fully utilizing the mediation process.

 

Read More: http://www.scmediation.org/the-value-added-attorney-how-to-make-the-most-of-the-court-required-mediation-process/

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jack@es4c.org 

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jennifer@es4c.org

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