Steven Rosenberg

Steven Rosenberg Steven Rosenberg became interested in mediation as an alternative to our present justice system and its frustrations. He realized that by combining his legal and interpersonal skills as a mediator, he could better serve the ends of justice.

Steven received his J.D. Degree from the University of Iowa and then served as a Judge Advocate in the U.S. Marine Corps from 1969-1972. He is admitted to practice law before the United States Supreme Court and in California, Hawaii, Iowa, and the District of Columbia. In 1972 he opened a private practice in Heidelberg, Germany and later in Kailua, Hawaii. Steven was in private practice in Mill Valley, California from 1976 - 1992 specializing in civil litigation and domestic relations. He now specializes in mediation. He is an Adjunct Professor for the Law School and MBA Program at the University of San Francisco teaching mediation, negotiation, and dispute resolution. He is a senior mediator and lead trainer for the Mediation Institute, an organization committed to reducing the cost of conflict in the workplace. He is one of six individuals selected by the American Arbitration Association to develop and serve on their first Family Law Mediation Panel in the United States. Steven was Chair of the Marin County Bar Association Alternative Dispute Resolution Section, Vice President of the Northern California Mediation Association, a founding member of the California Dispute Resolution Council, and was recently appointed to the California State Bar Committee on ADR.

He is a member of the mediation panels for the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California, the California Court of Appeal for the First Appellate District, The National Association of Securities Dealers (NASD), the United States Postal Service, as well as the San Francisco, Alameda, Santa Clara and San Mateo Superior Courts. He was designated an Approved Consultant for the Academy of Family Mediators and is a member of the Society of Professionals in Dispute Resolutions. He was a member of the Training Design Consultation Project funded by the Hewlett Foundation for the development of new training resources for the mediation field. He has lectured for the California Judicial Council, the California Judges Association, and the State Bar of California. He was selected to provide mediation training for the United States Postal Service, the United States Bankruptcy Court, San Francisco Superior Court Probate Department, the San Mateo and Contra Costa Bar Associations, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), and the United States and California Department of Education.

In his free time, Steven enjoys coaching, biking, hiking and the outdoors of Marin County with his wife and children.




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From Steven Rosenberg (10/14/13)
One of the best suggestions I provide to participants in my Mediation Training is to put the mediate.com icon on their tool bar. It is the best resource for anyone who is serious about mediation. I explain that they will find dynamic news, ideas, critical analysis and information on mediation as well ways to build their practice. There may be another resource out there but really, why bother? Thank you for your help developing, improving and promoting mediation and being the venue where can all come together as a community. If there is one organization indispensable to our profession it is mediate.com.

From Steve Rosenberg (10/12/11)
One of the best suggestions I provide to participants in my Mediation Training is to put the mediate.com icon on their tool bar. It is the best resource for anyone who is serious about mediation. I explain that they will find dynamic news, ideas, critical analysis and information on mediation as well ways to build their practice. There may be another resource out there but really, why bother? Thank you for your help developing, improving and promoting mediation and being the venue where can all come together as a community. If there is one organization indispensable to our profession it is mediate.com.

Real Litigators Don't Eat Quiche And Other Myths About Mediation (12/20/99)
Because of their acceptance of certain myths, some attorneys are unwilling to offer their clients the benefits of mediation. This article examines some of these myths.