- Press Release
MARCH 08, 2011
JUDGE ALICE FISHER RUBIN JOINS NAM'S NEW YORK METRO PANEL
NAM announced today that, effective April 1, 2011, Honorable Alice Fisher Rubin, former Judge of the New York City Civil Court, Kings County, will be joining NAM. Judge Rubin will be available to mediate and arbitrate cases throughout the NY Metro area.
Roy Israel, NAM President and CEO, stated, "I am so pleased that Judge Alice Fisher Rubin will be offering her expert ADR services through NAM. She is highly regarded and immensely respected. She is a true "people-person" as evidenced by her life long dedication to the citizens of New York."'
Prior to her service in the New York court system, Honorable Alice Fisher Rubin held the previous appointed positions: Assistant Commissioner, Agency for Child Development; Assistant Secretary for Intergovernmental Affairs to Governor Carey; Commissioner, New York City Commission on Women; Research and Liaison Coordinator, NYC Comptroller Beame. Additionally, she is the recipient of the Alfred E. Smith Political Science Award and the recipient of the Nettie Cox Distinguished Service Award for dedication to humanity and service from Greater New York American Red Cross - Brooklyn and the American Red Cross Northeast Mid-Atlantic Region Pride Award which is given to volunteers who make a powerful and positive impression on others. She has lectured and written in the areas of government, public administration, not-for profit organization management and law related subjects at Long Island University's Graduate School of Business and Public Administration, CUNY's New York City College of Technology and Medgar Evers College.
Headquartered in Garden City, New York, National Arbitration and Mediation, Inc. (NAM) is one of the nation's leading dispute resolution institutions, offering cost-effective alternatives to expensive and often time-consuming litigation. Founded in 1992, NAM has a nationwide panel of nearly 2,000 top-tier former judges and practicing specialists uniquely qualified to resolve legal matters in a private forum.
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