I practiced as a lawyer for thirty years, but I’ve also worked as a mediator since 1983. I continue to teach ADR techniques and policy at a professional level. - Gary Weissman
Jackson, WY (PRWEB) November 17, 2013
Gary Weissman is not only as an accomplished attorney who practiced law for more than three decades but is also a professional mediator and a trainer of arbitrators and other mediators. He recently underscored his accomplishments in the field of mediation by announcing his membership in Mediation.com.
“I practiced as a lawyer for thirty years, but I’ve also worked as a mediator since 1983. I continue to teach ADR techniques and policy at a professional level. So when I decided to open myself up to a wider audience of mediation clients, I chose Mediation.com.”
Weissman’s experience in negotiation, mediation, and arbitration enables him to effectively assist individuals and companies in resolving complex and even cultural disputes. One of his specialties is helping businesses, government agencies, and non-profit organizations identify internal communication problems and design processes for conflict management.
Weissman also functions as a Parenting Time Expediter for scheduling problems presented by post-decree parenting disputes. As the expediter, he initially attempts to mediate those disputes, but if mediation fails to yield an agreement, then he will render a decision, as an arbitrator, in writing.
A graduate of the University of Wisconsin and of Georgetown University Law Center, Mr. Weissman taught alternative dispute resolution at William Mitchell College of Law for 15 years and has trained negotiators, mediators and arbitrators in Minnesota, Illinois, Ontario, and Panama. He is the principal author of “The Minnesota ADR Handbook” (2011) and has authored or co-authored articles in law journals on mediation, data privacy and family law. He is the only Wyoming member of the International Academy of Mediators.