Working Arrangements

As a sole practitioner, my overhead is low with substantial savings passed on to clients. I am accustomed to working within client budgets and working arrangements crafted to suit client and matter needs. While located in the Washington, DC, metropolitan area, I am free to travel.

For cases referred through the Northern Virginia Mediation Service, an NVMS fee schedule applies.

For all other cases, I employ a flexible rate schedule, usually in the $100-300 per hour range, to reflect the character of the dispute. Hourly rate or lump sum billing arrangements are possible. Unless otherwise agreed, all costs are shared equally among the participating parties.

Individual, ad hoc group or association clients are welcome.

Solo or partnering efforts to suit the situation are possible. For example, a typical mediation, group facilitation or consensus building process usually requires only one professional. In contrast, a restorative justice conference usually involves a pair of co-facilitators. Likewise, I am accustomed to solo or collaborative training and consensus building assignments.

I have good working relationships with many law firms and other dispute resolution practitioners, which offers the possibility of cost-effective partnering and strategic alliances with company staff, outside counsel or consultants on matters requiring a broad resource base.

Finally, I offer quick turnaround and sensitivity to tight deadlines.

  • DEALWORK EVENTS

    Summer 2016
    Facilitated pre-final sentencing Victim Offender Conference for serious automobile accident-related case in Jefferson County, West Virginia Circuit Court case.
    July 21, 2016

    Spring 2016
    "Introduction to Restorative Justice," annual guest lecture for George Washington University Law Center alternative dispute resolution class.
    March 31, 2015

    Winter 2016
    Keynote presentation offender at Episcopal Diocese of Kentucky conference in Louisville, "Breaking the Chains That Bind: Restorative Justice, Prison, and Re-Entry Ministry."
    February 26-27, 2016

    Winter 2015
    With Episcopal clergy and Bureau of Prisons representatives commenced exploration of pilot project integrating restorative justice with existing prison mentoring program for inmates scheduled for community re-entry.
    January, 2015

    December 2014
    Served as facilitator at American Anthropological Association annual conference for process directed at guaging AAA members' views on Israel-Palestine tensions and the prospect of an AAA resolution endorsing a boycott of Israeli educational institutions.
    December 4, 2014

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