Adrienne Krikorian

Adrienne Krikorian

Adrienne L. Krikorian is an Administrative Law Judge with the California Office of Administrative Hearings, Special Education division.  She is an experienced mediator and arbitrator, and has completed over one hundred hours of training in mediation and dispute resolution..  Ms. Krikorian has extensive experience as a litigator in the areas of business, real estate, community association law, professional malpractice, construction, and employment.  She is an adjunct professor at Loyola Law School in Los Angeles.

Loyola Law School (Juris Doctor 1989)
University of Southern California (Bachelor of Science in Dental Hygiene, 1971)

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Articles and Video:

The Benefits of Active Party Participation in Mediation (02/11/02)
Effective mediation differs dramatically from a judicial settlement conference because it utilizes a model of active participation by all participants, especially the parties. This article discusses the purposes served by attorneys allowing the active participation by their clients in mediation.

Litigate Or Mediate?: Mediation As An Alternative To Lawsuits (01/30/02)
Mediating a case before a lawsuit is filed enables the parties to present their case to a mutually selected neutral person before any money is spent on litigation. The cost of mediating a case is minimal compared to the costs incurred through the life of a lawsuit.