New ADR Inn of Court started in Memphis

Local Attorney Kimberly Schreiber, one of our Rule 31 Trainers and a Listed Mediator in Family, Civil and Specially trained i in Domestic Violence, recently founded the Memphis ADR American Inn of Court. The Inn will be the second ADR specialty Inn of Court in the United States. Retired Tennessee Supreme Court Justice Janice Holder, Dean Peter Letsou of the University of Memphis Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law, and Circuit Court Judge Rhynette Hurd have all joined Ms. Schreiber on the Organizing Board. The Inn will have a particular focus on furthering the skills and practice of mediation throughout Tennessee and will provide opportunities for mentorship. The organizing board is in the process of selecting the founding members and is very excited about the professional growth opportunities for prospective members. Ms. Schreiber was fortunate enough to attend a recent meeting of the Justice Marie L. Garibaldi American Inn of Court in New Jersey and is being assisted by their Executive Director Robert E. Margulies.

If you are interested in becoming a Rule 31 Listed Mediator, our next 46.0 class will be in Memphis March 27 – April 1.  For more information please contact our office at 901-609-6079.

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