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Editor’s Note: Below, A. Michelle Jernigan and Bruce A. Blitman, who are both certified and experienced mediators in the state of Florida, continue their discussion about effective mediation advocacy. 

In part 1 of this series, we introduced five qualities commonly possessed by attorneys who are successful as advocates in the mediation process. We simultaneously identified ways attorneys can unknowingly sabatoge the same process. Here, we expound upon that framework with a candid discussion about what helps and hinders dispute resolution.

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