Mediation is a powerful process but is still largely society’s best kept secret outside of the litigated case arena. Further professionalizing mediation promises to create public awareness and increase utilization. This program examines the impact of taking the next steps for mediators and disputants alike.
Lee Blackman is the Principal of Blackman ADR Services (www.BlackmanADR.com). His focus is mediating commercial, civil rights, intellectual property, and real estate disputes.He is a member of the Mediator Panel of the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California, a member of the Executive Committee of the Los Angeles County Bar Association's Attorney-Client Mediation and Arbitration Service, a volunteer mediator for the Los Angeles Superior Court, a LASC Temporary Judge, and a member of the SCMA Board of Directors.He received the Benjamin Aranda Public Service Award from the Los Angeles County Bar Association for his public service to the Center for Civic Mediation.
Lee L. Blackman Blackman ADR Services website: www.blackmanadr.com phone: 310-346-6926 email: email@example.com