B. Kipling Williams
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San Diego, CA
Description of Practice
During his Federal career he began his conflict resolution experience as a part time volunteer mediator at the Center for Community Justice in Washington, DC, where he mediated a variety of interpersonal disputes such as landlord-tenant, parent-child and employee-manager for a period of five years.
Following his retirement from the Federal Government, Mr. Williams investigated Federal EEO complaints covering a broad range of issues from race, gender and age to sexual harassment. He later founded Williams & Associates, a firm specializing in human resources management consulting and training that was certified an 8(a) Small Business Minority Enterprise by the US Small Business Administration.
When Federal agencies were required by law to offer alternative dispute resolution as a means of resolving employee-management disputes, Mr. Williams added mediation as a service his firm offered. As a result, he has served on the aforementioned EEOC and US Postal Service panels.
Mr. Williams attended the now defunct Antioch Law School’s Masters in Legal Studies program in Washington, DC. He also participated in the Georgetown University Law Center Mini-Law School in Washington, DC.
Mr. Williams' firm, Williams & Associates, is certified by the City and County of San Francisco as a business enterprise. The firm is listed by the Human Rights Commission of the City and County of San Francisco as a Micro Local Business Enterprise when bidding/proposing as a provider of Alternative Dispute Resolution service.
Areas of Practice
- Postal Service
- Workers Comp
- Online Mediator
- Conflict Coach
- Collaborative Professional