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The principal areas in which I accept mediation cases are

  • Employment
  • Discrimination and civil rights
  • Voting and elections
  • Consumer finance and debts
  • Schools and education
  • Land use disputes
  • Please contact me about any cases outside these principal areas. We can discuss my availablity.

    I am registered on the Alabama State Court Mediator Roster, am a member of the “Panel of Neutrals” of the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Alabama, and have received mediation training in Alabama, Georgia, and at the Lincoln Institute for Land Use and the Consensus Building Institute, Inc., in Cambridge, Mass.

    If you would like me to act as a mediator on a case, please contact me. In addition to mediations in Jefferson County, I am willing to travel to the following counties for mediation: Tuscaloosa, Bibb, Chilton, Shelby, Blount, St. Clair, Cullman, Etowah, Calhoun, and Talladega. Contact me for additional information.

    This entry was posted by Edward at 12:12 PM, 17 September 2006 | Categories: Mediation


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    2112 11th Ave. S.
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    Birmingham AL 35205-2844
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