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Upcoming Seminar!

Come and attend this 2011 NBI Seminar on Anatomy and Physiology 101 for Attorneys.
Date: Friday, February 11, 2011
Time: 9:00 am-4:30 pm
Location: Hyatt Regency Phoenix
122 North Second Street
Phoenix, AZ
Facility Phone: 602-252-1234
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Leah Pallin-Hill speaking at:
Arizona State Bar Convention
June 24, 2009
Lawyers Practicing Justice: A Look at the Disappearing Jury Trial and the Use of Mediation to Reduce the Increasing Costs of Civil Litigation"

As backlogs in courts and administrative agencies increase, more and more litigants are turning to alternatives to resolve their disputes. Disputing parties are becoming increasingly aware of the perils of litigation. Courtroom battles are expensive, uncertain, public, and deny the parties any control in resolving their conflict.

"Twenty years ago, law schools did not offer courses in alternative dispute resolution. Law professors, lawyers and litigants alike relied on the traditional adversarial system to resolve conflicts. Court calendar backlogs and skyrocketing costs, however, have made it painfully obvious that the system is not working the way it should and that there must be alternatives..." Read more...

Why use Leah Pallin-Hill's Mediation and Arbitration Services?
Alternative Dispute Resolution is a waste of time if it doesn't work. Ms. Pallin-Hill, a former Maricopa Superior Court Commissioner and judge pro tem, has had over 150 hours of mediation training and five years of experience on the bench. She has settled hundreds of cases both from the bench and in settlement conferences. You will find that she is a "get the job done" type of mediator and that she won't waste your time. Click here to read more...

Contact Leah Pallin-Hill
If you have questions, Leah Pallin-Hill can be reached at 602-387-5323 or fill out the Online Inquiry Form and she will contact you as soon as possible.

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