Goodman Completes Mediation Training
Mark E. Goodman announces the completion of training to fulfill the requirements to mediate disputes. With 35 years of litigation experience, Mark has observed and participated in the inner workings of the legal process. He is admitted to practice in Missouri and Illinois and in the United States District Courts of Missouri and Illinois, as well as in the Seventh, Eighth, and Federal Circuit Courts of Appeals. Mark is one of the founders of the Clayton law firm.
Mark continues to be actively involved in representing clients and trying cases, which often are not susceptible to resolution through alternative methods. Still, he believes that mediation, if properly utilized, is a valuable tool in dispute resolution that offers finality, certainty and economy to the litigating public.
Mark has served as an adjunct professor at St. Louis University School of Law and has frequently served as a lecturer for Continuing Legal Education programs both locally and nationally. He is a member of the American Association for Justice, the Missouri Association of Trial Attorneys, and the Bar Association of Metropolitan St. Louis. Mark graduated from Northwestern University in 1969 and obtained his law degree in 1972 from the Washington University School of Law.
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