Search Mediators Near You: Offers New Responsive Site

With over 40% of website traffic now on phones, we are proud to announce our new mobile friendly website. Our new site brings each and every Mediate feature to your phone and tablet (as well as your computer). Critically, Mediate’s new site also brings our geographically sensitive marketing features to all devices.

Here is a screen grab of the new site at full (computer) size. Our primary goals here were to make our site less “busy” and easier to read.

Here is a screen grab of of our mobile site. The Menu icon in the upper right accesses the complete navigation system.

And here is a screen grab of how Featured Placements now appear on both phones and tablets:

Now in our 20th year, we are thrilled to also announce that is now a Top 10 Attorney Directory!.

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