Mediation Law Offices of Claudia Viera
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 Training Programs Available


    Harassment Prevention Training

    One-on-One Sensitivity Training

    Mediation Skills

    Communication Skills

    Conducting Lawful Investigations

    Managing Within the Law

    Diversity Awareness and the Law

    Conflict Resolution & Communication Skills

    EEO Law and Discrimination Prevention

    Leaves of Absence


Click below for Summary of California's Training Law:

AB 1825 Update on Mandatory Harassment Prevention Training for California Employers



As an attorney-trainer, Ms. Viera develops and teaches dynamic employment law training programs for organizations on topics such as harassment prevention, EEO compliance, and communication skills programs.  Since 2000, she has taught thousands of supervisors and employees nationwide on conflict resolution and employment law compliance.  She has developed special expertise in harassment prevention, one-on-one sensitivity training of alleged harassers, conducting lawful investigation programs utilizing live actors or video, mediation skills and diversity awareness programs.  Ms. Viera also teaches harassment prevention programs in Spanish.  She works diligently to create and customize interactive programs for her training clients, who range from Fortune 500 companies to universities to local non-profit organizations. 


Ms. Viera teaches Conflict Resolution for Human Resource Managers at San Francisco State University and regularly guest lectures for mediation training programs at U.C. Berkeley. She assists with legal mediation and negotiation training courses at Boalt Hall and Hastings Law Schools.  She has taught conflict resolution skills to youth and has appeared in a variety of training videos.


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Previously, Ms. Viera practiced employment law at Littler Mendelson, where she dealt with a variety of labor and employment issues, including disputes arising under Title VII, Family and Medical Leave Act, Americans with Disability Act, wage and hour laws, and a variety of California state statutes.