Certified Mediator Robert S. Glenn, Jr. Teams Up With Premier Website Mediation.com To Establish His Online Presence

Well-regarded Savannah attorney Robert S. Glenn, Jr. joins prominent nationwide online professional network Mediation.com in an effort to expand his client base.

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Robert Glenn | Alternative Dispute Resolution | Admiralty and Maritime Law

Robert Glenn | Alternative Dispute Resolution | Admiralty and Maritime Law

I’ve spent 37 years practicing law in Savannah... but I’ve also been heavily involved in alternative dispute resolution work and have been certified since 1993 as a professional mediator. - Robert S. Glenn, Jr.

Savannah, GA (PRWEB) October 27, 2013

Attorney Robert S. Glenn, Jr., a partner at Ellis, Painter, Ratterree & Adams, has brought his 37 years of experience as an attorney and mediation professional to the one of the leading national online mediation networks, Mediation.com. After more than two decades serving as a certified mediator, Glenn seeks to expand the mediation side of his business by joining the network.

“I’ve spent 37 years practicing law in Savannah, mainly in the fields of maritime law and construction litigation, but I’ve also been heavily involved in alternative dispute resolution work and have been certified since 1993 as a professional mediator by The Association of Attorney Mediators, Inc,” Robert S. Glenn said.

Glenn has handled over 1,300 mediations and arbitrations from Puerto Rico to Maine. He has been listed as BestLawyers.com’s 2011 Savannah Lawyer of the Year in Alternative Dispute Resolution and 2012 Savannah Lawyer of the Year in Admiralty and Maritime Law. He has also been recognized as a "Georgia Super Lawyer" in ADR Specialty by Law & Politics Magazine since 2005.

Glenn was nominated by The International Who’s Who of Shipping & Maritime Lawyers as one of the World’s Leading Practitioners in 2010, and is listed as a professional mediator by many ADR providers, including JAMS and American Arbitration Association.


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