About Neal Rodar and State and Main Mediation
Neal Rodar began his career as a mediation professional in mediation over 25 years ago. After years of experience in the business community, he realized that resolving conflict and helping to create lasting agreement and solutions for people with seemingly conflicting interests was the kind of work he enjoyed most.
After extensive study he went on to become the Director of the Woodbury Dispute Resolution Center, where he ran things for ten years before focusing on his current sole practice.
Memberships and Affiliations
Neal’s Board and Committee memberships include the Professional Responsibility Board of the Vermont Supreme Court, the Character and Fitness Committee of the Vermont Board of Bar Examiners, the Environmental Mediation Center, and the Vermont Environmental Court Mediation Program. He is also contracted to mediate with the Vermont Human Rights Commission and the Department of Education of the State of Vermont.
Neal has worked extensively developing mediation programs with State Governments and has worked closely with probate judges of the Vermont judiciary as well as The Center for Social Gerontology in developing a mediation program focusing on Elder Care and Adult Guardianship issues. He has also acted as a case manager for the Vermont Family Court.
Some online articles featuring Neal Rodar and his work...
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