Logan, KS (PRWEB) February 13, 2014
Brien Stockman recently announced that he is augmenting his busy civil practice by adding mediation to the services he offers to clients. As part of this initiative, he is launching a new website and has joined Mediation.com. Both steps are aimed toward building out a mediation practice to offer a wide range of mediation services from general civil matters, divorce and family law to his special passion, which is aviation. The newly designed web site and his membership in Mediation.com are part of a larger plan to more firmly establish his web presence for new and existing clients.
“After nearly 25 years of providing services as a litigator to clients, I want to gravitate more toward helping clients resolve their legal problems outside the courtroom. I have a unique background and skill set in a variety of areas that I want to put to work for the public. I have always considered myself to be rather traditional and old-fashioned about the practice of law, and do not believe in lawyers “advertising” their services,” said Mr. Stockman. “However, being great at what you do is of no help if people cannot find you. With today’s high-tech focus on the internet and the use of smart phones, having a modern web presence is essential to effectively serve clients. Joining Mediation.com is a huge part of that strategy.”
Mr. Stockman is a court-approved mediator in Kansas for Core, Domestic and Civil litigation matters. He focuses on general civil litigation and business matters, but has considerable background and experience in aviation, including aircraft sales transactions, aviation claims litigation, FAA compliance and other regulatory matters, as well as insurance issues. He has also represented pilots before NTSB hearings. His general practice in Western Kansas includes general civil litigation, corporate matters, real estate, municipalities, estate planning and probate.
Mr. Stockman is a 1990 graduate of the Wake Forest University School of Law, where he served as Executive Editor of the Wake Forest Law Review. He attended the University of Oklahoma on a Marine Corps NROTC Scholarship, where he earned his undergraduate degree in Aviation Education. Following graduation, he served as an artillery and intelligence officer in the United States Marine Corps. He holds a commercial pilot certificate with multi-engine and instrument ratings, and is a Certified Flight Instructor. He owns a small aircraft and is willing to serve clients all across the state of Kansas.