As a young lawyer, Linda Singer became frustrated with how courts were set up to handle certain problems. “I had to create a field before I could get into it. Beginning in the 1970s, we began to succeed in selling mediation services to legal establishments and the courts.” While practicing law, Singer started two organizations: the nonprofit Center for Dispute Settlement and the for-profit ADR Associates. “It was a mom-and-pop operation, and I was mom.” ADR Associates became part of JAMS in 2004.
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The National Law Journal
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