The renewal deadline is March 17th in order to be featured in TMCA’s upcoming two-page-spread advertisement in the June State Bar Journal. You won’t want to miss this opportunity to share your name, credential and primary practice county with more than 100,000 Texas lawyers!
Please note that if you have not renewed by February 15, 2014, you will be removed from our website as a credentialed mediator until you have renewed and your renewal has been processed.
SAVE THE DATE!
TMCA’s 10th ANNUAL SYMPOSIUM is scheduled October 25, 2014 in Austin.
Why Use a Credentialed Mediator?
Because professionalism matters. TMCA credential holders meet specific training, continuing education and experience requirements. Credential holders are bound by a mandatory Code of Ethics and a grievance process. The TMCA credential demonstrates the mediator’s commitment to delivering quality mediation services. Insist on a TMCA credentialed mediator for your next mediation. For a list of credentialed mediators, click here. To search for a mediator in your area, click here
Why Become a Credentialed Mediator?
Because professionalism matters. A TMCA credential tells the public you meet specific training, continuing education and experience requirements. It indicates your willingness to be accountable through a mandatory Code of Ethics enforced by a grievance process. The TMCA credential demonstrates your commitment to delivering quality mediation services. Insist on excellence—apply for your credential today!
TMCA Center Spread in June 2013 State Bar Journal
TMCA featured its Credential Holders in the center spread of the June 2013 issue of the Texas State Bar’s magazine, the State Bar Journal. You can view our ad on pp. 535-536 of this Journal issue.
This marks the second time TMCA has run a two-page advertisement. Summer of 2011, in our Mediation Benchbook, we opted to list mediators by county. This was so well received that now do the same in our State Bar Journal advertising. Now it takes two pages to list all of our credential holders!
Supplement to the Mediation Benchbook Mailed to More than 1200 District, County, Federal and Supreme Court Judges