Women are grossly under-represented among the ranks of paid mediators and arbitrators statewide, and especially so in the Third Judicial District. Why? A distinguished panel of former judges and mediators explored that question, revealed how the selection process really works and provided insight from experienced mediators/arbitrators on how to break-in, fit-in and practice as a neutral. This Continuing Legal Education (CLE) program was presented by the Third Judicial District Gender Fairness Committee at Albany Law School, Albany, NY.
The panel included NAM (National Arbitration and Mediation) neutral, Hon. Karla Moskowitz, former Associate Justice of the Appellate Division, First Department, Hon. Victoria A. Graffeo, former judge of the New York Court of Appeals, Hon. Mae A. D’Agostino, Northern District Judge and James E. Hacker, managing partner at E. Stewart Jones Hacker Murphy. Hon. Rachel Kretser (Ret.), adjunct faculty member, Albany Law School will moderate.
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Date Recorded: Wednesday, March 21, 2018