You’ve completed the certification training program [good!]; you’ve completed the mentorship requirements [better!]; you’ve submitted your application for certification, it was approved and you’ve become a Florida Supreme Court Certified [county/circuit civil/family/dependency – take your pick] mediator [best? – well, not just yet!]. You have new business cards and letterhead stationery [maybe even a website] – that’s nice. How do you ‘break into the field’ [that would be the best, right?!?] when there are already experienced mediators out there? You are not alone according to this article in London’s Legal Week.
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