Linda C. Fritz is the principal of Conflict
Resolution (ConflictResolution.com) and was admitted to the
California state and federal bar in December, 1983. An
AV-rated lawyer by Martindale-Hubbell, she was a litigator and
trial attorney for more than 16 years. Now she
is a full-time neutral with JAMS, conducting mediations and
arbitrations in all fields of law and an adjunct professor at the
California Western School of Law in San Diego, California, where she
teaches negotiation, mediation and arbitration ("ADR") to
law school students.
Additionally, she has done extensive public speaking
on a wide range of topics, including conflict resolution and
negotiation strategy. She has substantial experience in managing
mass tort claims class action settlements, is
a full-time mediator and arbitrator with JAMS, and was formerly a
mediator and an arbitrator for the AAA for 12 years. She has also
taught mediation and arbitration law and skills to other lawyers.
She also serves on a number of boards and committees
in the alternative dispute resolution arena.
She and her husband and daughter, ( Rod and
MacKenzie Aries, respectively), and their 8 cats, 2 lop-eared
rabbits and opossum family, literally live on the very edge of the
North American continent in Leucadia, California. There they
work hard, play hard, surf often, and try to be extraordinarily good
neighbors, but not necessarily in that order.
For more specific information on Ms. Fritz click on
or review the JAMS ADR press
release or The San Diego Daily Transcript press release.
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company is to assist you in your quest to understand the nature of
conflict. Please contact
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