I can feel for my clients and I express that feeling. It doesn’t mean I’m not also working at my utmost to serve their interests, and that I don’t work on strategies to defeat our opponents, whether it’s in the courtroom or the mediation room.
Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) January 23, 2014
As an alternative dispute resolution (ADR) professional in the State of Georgia, Sana Ayubi has built a reputation as an attorney and now as a mediator. She has the rare combination of compassion and strategic genius. Known as both a good listener and sympathetic presence for her clients and a formidable opponent across a negotiating table or in a court room, she recently announced her membership in the nation’s leading online mediation network, Mediation.com.
“There’s no reason you have to be some sort of emotionless automaton to succeed in litigation or mediation,” said Ayubi of the move. “I can feel for my clients and I express that feeling. It doesn’t mean I’m not also working at my utmost to serve their interests, and that I don’t work on strategies to defeat our opponents, whether it’s in the courtroom or the mediation room. I like that other attorneys think of me as tough – and I use that to serve my clients.”
A graduate of Vermont Law School, Ayubi has built her reputation as an excellent ADR professional. Prior to launching her own practice, Ms. Ayubi worked as a staff attorney at the Fulton County Attorney’s Office. She is licensed to practice law in Georgia and handles cases involving family law, civil litigation, employment law, workplace mediation, immigration law, and state and local government law. She is a Registered Mediator, and in addition to English, speaks Urdu, Hindi, and some Spanish.