Seasoned Attorney Christopher Meacham Now Offers Personalized Mediation Services Through Mediation.com

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Former army officer Christopher Meacham brings over 20 years of mediation and arbitration experience to one of the nation’s leading mediation networks, Mediation.com.

Christopher Meacham | Georgia Mediator and Arbitrator | Meacham & Earley, P.C.

Christopher Meacham | Georgia Mediator and Arbitrator | Meacham & Earley, P.C.

I’ve worked in a wide variety of fields as a lawyer but I’ve always focused on corporate, business, employment and labor law. My collective experience has taught me that sometimes, good-faith negotiation is the most important tool we have.

Christopher Meacham of Meacham & Earley has announced his membership in Mediation.com, the premier mediation network in the country. Known for founding one of the fastest-growing firms in Georgia, Meacham brings decades of experience inside and outside the courtroom.

“I’ve worked in a wide variety of fields as a lawyer,” Meacham said, “and at a wide variety of levels, but I’ve always focused on corporate, business, employment and labor law. Mediation is a vital tool in those fields. My collective experience has taught me that sometimes, good-faith negotiation is the most important tool we have.”

After serving in the United States army, Meacham ended his service as Deputy Staff Judge Advocate at Fort Benning and began private practice in 1984. A presence in the Columbus legal community for over 20 years, Meacham is known for his personalized approach to every case he handles. He was also appointed by Governor Joe Frank Harris as Special Master to hear and adjudicate labor and employment claims filed against the State of Georgia, in addition to serving as the Chairman of the Personnel Review Board for the Consolidated Government of Columbus, Georgia.

After graduating from the University of Maryland School of Law, Meacham subsequently completed a one-year course of study at the Judge Advocate General School at the University of Virginia and received the civilian equivalent of a Master of Laws degree. He is licensed to practice law in New Jersey, Georgia, and Maryland.

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