Association of Attorney-Mediators

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[edit] General Information

  • Official name: Association of Attorney-Mediators
  • Country: USA
  • City: Dallas
  • Type of organization: Non-profit trade association
  • Date of creation: -
  • Interests: Mediation - Training
  • Fields of expertise: Judicial Mediation

[edit] Overview

The Association of Attorney-Mediators (AAM) is a nonprofit trade association. Its members are qualified, independent attorney-mediators offering mediation services. They are united by a common commitment:

"To achieve the prompt, fair and cost effective resolution of disputes through voluntary and court-annexed mediation."

Members of AAM must meet qualifications and ethical standards which meet or exceed state or Federal requirements for mediators.

AAM's 300 plus members have collectively mediated in excess of 130,000 cases.

[edit] Governing Principles

“We stand for the improvement of our existing court system.

We support and promote professional and qualified attorney-mediators who are committed to the proposition that our existing system can fulfill its intended purpose now through court-annexed mediation.

We are a trade association, open to invited, qualified attorney-mediators who have undergone adequate training approved by AAM and who possess and maintain requisite levels of integrity, expertise, and involvement in the mediation process.

Our activities will improve the effectiveness, consistency and skills of attorney-mediators and expand the body of knowledge, awareness and expertise about mediation.

We promote the highest ethics, qualifications and training standards for attorney-mediators.”

[edit] Contact

P. O. Box 741955 Dallas, TX 75374-1955 - USA

Tel: 800-280-1368

Fax: 972-669-8180



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