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Top Questions You Should Ask Before Choosing a Mediator

Andrew S. Nadolna, Esq.
Andrew S. Nadolna, Esq.
JAMS Mediator, Arbitrator, Referee/Special Master, Neutral Evaluator

Published April 1, 2019

Selecting a mediator is a very important part of your mediation strategy. To find the right mediator for your case, it is important to determine the kind of mediation you want to have and search for the mediator most likely to provide the right fit. To determine fit, here are some questions to help. These questions can serve as a road map for a conversation with a prospective mediator for your case. You can also use these to help you think about how to identify the right mediator, even if you choose not to have vetting conversations.

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