“Marvin Johnson has made extraordinary contributions to the field of ADR both locally and at the national level,” said Chris Poole, JAMS President and CEO. “Mr. Johnson continues to be a trail blazer working tirelessly to ensure diversity in ADR. In addition, he has helped a broad array of constituencies, including individuals from a variety of backgrounds and organizations from the federal government to local schools, realize the benefits of conflict prevention and dispute resolution. Mr. Johnson’s friends and colleagues at JAMS congratulate him on this well deserved honor.”
“On behalf of the Center for Alternative Dispute Resolution, I am proud to receive the Chief Judge Bell Award. This recognition honors our efforts throughout the years to utilize ADR in constructive and innovative ways,” said Mr. Johnson. “I have always believed that ADR can make organizations and communities stronger. It is through the dedication of ADR groups such as the Center for Alternative Dispute Resolution, JAMS and the JAMS Foundation that a lot of this good work is possible.”
Mr. Johnson is a nationally recognized mediator, arbitrator, and trainer with over 27 years of dispute resolution experience. He is the Founder and Executive Director of the Center for Alternative Dispute Resolution, an internationally recognized ADR entity, which provides dispute resolution education and training to culturally diverse audiences. In addition, he is based in the JAMS Washington, DC Resolution Center where he resolves disputes in a variety of practice areas including, banking, civil rights, education/schools, employment, governmental/public agency, healthcare, insurance, real property and securities. For Mr. Johnson’s full biography, please click here.
About JAMS, The Resolution Experts
Founded in 1979, JAMS, The Resolution Experts, is the largest private provider of mediation and arbitration services in the United States. With Resolution Centers nationwide, JAMS and its 250 full-time, exclusive neutrals are responsible for resolving thousands of the nation’s more important cases. JAMS may be reached at 800-352-5267.