Thursday, Sep. 26, 2013
Elizabeth A. O'Neil
From left: Program panelists Michael Zeytoonian, chair of the MBA's ADR Committee; Sarah E. Worley of Sarah E. Worley Conflict Resolution; Danilo A. Avalon of Avalon Law Office PC.
MBA's Alternative Dispute Resolution Committee sponsors 'best practices' program
On Wednesday, Sept.18, the Massachusetts Bar Association's
Alternative Dispute Resolution Committee sponsored a "best
practices" program for law students and attorneys at the University
of Massachusetts School of Law in North Dartmouth. This program
shared tips and insights to help attorneys maximize their ADR
experience and learn how cultural background, language and life
experiences influence the way clients view ADR.
Presentations were made by Danilo A. Avalon of Avalon Law Office
PC in Boston and Francis L. Lynch III of Lynch & Lynch in South
Easton. Other presenters included ADR Committee members Brian R.
Jerome of Massachusetts Dispute Resolution Services in Salem, Sarah
E. Worley of Sarah E. Worley Conflict Resolution in Boston and
Michael A. Zeytoonian of Dispute Resolution Counsel LLC in