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Why Ethics Matter in Mediation

JAMS ADR Blog by Chris Poole

Is the legal profession in fact a noble profession? Some may even wonder if it was ever one. When I started practicing law nearly 40 years ago, I truly believed it was. However, over the course of the last decade or so our noble profession has been veering off course.

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Randa M. Trapp

Hon. Randa M. Trapp (Ret.) joins JAMS after serving 18 years on the San Diego Superior Court, including 10 years in the civil division where she presided over all aspects of civil litigation. Judge Trapp was elected to serve two terms on the court’s Executive Committee and was elevated to assistant… MORE >

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