No individual may act as a mediator pursuant to the Minnesota Civil Mediation Act
for compensation without providing the individuals to the conflict with a written
statement of qualifications prior to beginning mediation. The statement shall describe educational background and relevant training and experience
in the field.
Nothing in this section shall limit the pursuits of professionals consistent with
their training and code of ethics; nor shall this section apply to service provided
through a governmental agency. The requirement of this section may be satisfied by a nonprofit corporation on behalf
of its service providers by providing a statement of the education, training, and
experience requirements for eligibility on its mediation panel.
A person who violates this section is guilty of a petty misdemeanor.
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