Mediation Advocacy Clinic

SENIOR LOYOLA & NORTHWESTERN LAW STUDENTS | SEASONED SUPERVISING ATTORNEYS |  ADVOCATING FOR YOU


The Mediation Advocacy Clinics of Loyola Law School and Northwestern Pritzker School of Law provide limited scope legal representation to individuals currently scheduled to attend a mediation at the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) or the Illinois Department of Human Rights (IDHR). Law students, under the supervision of a licensed attorney, assist individuals as they prepare for a mediation and if available, attend the mediation with the individual as an advocate. Legal representation and assistance is limited to the mediation process.

NOTICE & DISCLAIMER: The clinics are NOT currently accepting clients but have provided the following tools for informational purposes only and are NOT meant to provide legal advice. Please contact an attorney to obtain advice with respect to any particular issue or problem. Use of and access to this website or any of the e-mail links contained within the site do not create an attorney-client relationship between our clinic and the user or browser.

 
 


 
 

Our Services

 
Copy of INTERVIEW

INTERVIEW

We meet with you to gather information and better understand your situation and case.

Copy of COLLABORATE

COLLABORATE

We work with you to strategize and create a plan for the mediation that best meets your interests.

Copy of RESEARCH

RESEARCH

We conduct comprehensive legal research to understand your options.

Copy of ADVOCATE

ADVOCATE

We attend the mediation with you and ensure your voice is heard and your goals are met.

 

Why Mediation?

 

Tips & Tools

 

For most people, mediation is an unfamiliar process.
Before attending your mediation, we want to provide you with some tools to help you feel more confident and comfortable with the process.

 

Six Tips for Success

Preparing for Mediation