The WIDR Membership Directory is a searchable pdf of WIDR members.
In order to assist those seeking to increase the diversity of their selection of neutrals, we have provided information on specific practice areas, types of practice, and geographic location along with website links.
The list will also help us improve our internal communications. The list includes a greater depth of information than is currently available on members’ ABA website profiles to facilitate our networking and other Committee related activities.
This is a listing of those who responded to the survey we sent out in February and as such is not comprehensive. You can find a complete listing of WIDR members on the website: WIDR Committee Roster.
For our members who may have missed the opportunity to respond to the February survey, the membership list will be updated on an annual basis. We will send an email notification early in 2015 as and will also include a reminder in the monthly report.
This is our first effort to create a detailed membership list. We welcome your suggestions for improvements. Click here to access the directory.
July 11 – Don’t Miss our July presentation Fran Griesing will be speaking about: What a Party Experiences in ADR. Fran has over thirty years of experience as a litigator representing parties in litigation and dispute resolution and over twenty five years of experience as a neutral arbitrator and mediator. She is the founder of a woman-owned law firm in Philadelphia which represents Fortune 500 companies, privately held businesses and large non-profit organizations in litigation, employment, transactions and intellectual property. As an advocate and neutral, Ms. Griesing learned the most about dispute resolution from representing lawyers as parties and from her person experience as a party. She will share her observations on how neutrals can be most effective in sensitive matters.
July 24 - 2014 NAWL Annual Meeting and Awards Luncheon | Waldorf Astoria New York Hotel
Join over 800 leading women lawyers from across the United States and abroad at NAWL's 2014 Annual Meeting &amp; Awards Luncheon. NAWL will recognize and honor leading lawyers, including Anita Hill, Professor of Social Policy, Law, and Women's Studies, Brandeis University, who have made significant impacts to improve and diversify the legal profession, as well as NAWL members who, through their time and effort have made exceptional contributions to fulfilling NAWL's mission. In addition, you will have the opportunity to participate in interesting and timely CLE programs along with networking events. For more information visit www.nawl.org/2014annualmeeting. To receive the 10% discount, please have WIDR members enter discount code AMCoSponWIDR2014.