Phil Neiman’s CV

Phillip Neiman, Esq.
Neiman Mediation


Education
UCLA School of Law, J.D. 1990

Swarthmore College, B.A., Economics 1985
High Honors, Phi Beta Kappa

Community Activities/Panels
Present
Congress of Neutrals, Board of Directors and Marin County Program Director
California Superior Court, Contra Costa County, Supervising Mediator
Marin County Superior Court, Civil Settlement Conference Panelist
FINRA Arbitration Panelist

1998-2014
Court-Appointed Special Advocate, Juvenile Dependency Court, Marin County
Office of Citizen Complaints, San Francisco, Panel Mediator
Community Boards, San Francisco, Panel Mediator
Association for Dispute Resolution of Northern California (ADRNC), Member, Board of Directors
U.C. Hastings College of the Law, Negotiation and Mediation Team Coach
Jewish Community High School of the Bay. Member, Board of Governors; Chairman, Finance Committee

Dispute Resolution Trainings
Center for Understanding in Conflict, Mediation Intensive, 40 hours, March 2012
Community Boards, Basics of Mediation, 40 hours, February 2012
Rosenberg Mediation Training, 40 hours, October 2011
Community Boards, Advanced ADR Training, Conflict Coaching, 5 hours, Sept. 2012

Teaching and Presentations
ADR: Mediation, Arbitration and Negotiation, The Congress of Neutrals, co-lead trainer, 2013, 2014, 2015
Mediating in the Courthouse workshop, presenter, Community Boards Advanced Mediation Series, October 2015
Mediator Impartiality workshop, presenter, SEEDS Advanced Mediation Training Program, October 2014
Co-Mediation Skills workshop, presenter, ADRNC Annual Conference, February 2013

Professional Affiliations/Awards
California Bar Association
Marin County Bar Association
“Mediator of the Year” 2013 awarded by The Congress of Neutrals

Personal
Proud father of three
Avid fly-fisherman