Join us for a full day training session to learn what you need to know to become a Part 137 Fee Dispute Arbitrator.
- Orientation to the Fee Dispute Program
- Issues Raised in the Arbitration Process
- Aspects of the Arbitration Process
- Tasks of the Arbitrator
- Component Parts of the Arbitration Process
- Tips and Observations and Responding to Ethical Issues
- How to Conduct an Arbitration Online
- What You Need to Know to Thrive and Survive as a Part 137 Arbitrator
- Implicit Bias, Inclusivity in Decision Making and Diversity in Arbitration
- Part 137 Role Play and Critiques\
- … and MORE!
PLEASE NOTE: Attorneys and non-attorneys with experience may apply for this program, BUT attorney applicants must be admitted to the New York State Bar for at least 5 years.
If you intend to apply to volunteer for a local program, once your registration is confirmed, you must submit your resume or bio to email@example.com. Please include in the email the program you want to apply to.
The Board of Governors must approve all neutrals to arbitrate for the program. Attending this program is not a guarantee that you will be accepted to volunteer for the program.
When selecting the program you would like to volunteer for, please check the local program’s rules to determine whether you meet the local program’s requirements.
(In Formation): Simeon Baum, Resolve Mediation Services, Inc.; Anthe Marie Bova, NYCLA General Counsel and Part 137 Fee Dispute Resolution Program Director; Christopher Fladgate, Garson, Segal, Steinmetz, Fladgate LLP, Co-Chair NYCLA’s ADR Committee, Arbitrator and Mediator, NYCLA’s Part 137 Program; Martha E. Gifford, Chair, Board of Governors of NYS Attorney-Client Fee Dispute Resolution Program; David Paul Horowitz, McNamara & Horowitz, LLP; Margaret Ling, AmTrust Title, Executive Diversity Inclusion Council; Amy M. Pontillo, NYS Office of Court Administration, Counsel, Board of Governors of NYS Attorney-Client Fee Dispute Resolution Program; Frederica Romanelli, Administrator, Part 137 Attorney-Client Fee Dispute Resolution Program; Lewis Tesser, Tesser, Ryan & Rochman, LLP; Randall Tesser, Tesser, Ryan & Rochman, LLP; Nelson E. Timken, Co-Chair NYCLA’s ADR Committee, Arbitrator and Mediator, NYCLA’s Part 137 Program