Judith Meyer received her B.A. from Barnard College in 1966 and J.D. at Cornell Law School in 1974. She is an Adjunct Professor of ADR, Cornell Law School since 1999. She practices in Delaware, Illinois, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania and she is a member of the California (Inactive), Pennsylvania and Federal Bars. She has more than twenty years experience as a mediator and an arbitrator. She is skilled in resolving contract, environmental, employment, construction, tort, personal injury, malpractice, insurance, class actions, bankruptcy, franchise, and UM/UIM disputes. Her areas of Practice are Accident / Personal Injury, Arbitration, Civil, Commercial, Construction, Employment, Environmental/Public Policy, Home Owners Associations, Insurance Claims, Professional Malpractice, and Real Estate. She was a Litigation Associate and Partner at Meserve, Mumper & Hughes, Los Angeles from 1974 to 1982; Litigation Partner, Lande, Rolston & Meyer, Beverly Hills from 1983 to 1988; Hearing Examiner Los Angeles Police Commission from 1979 to 1988; Certified Mediator, United States District Court Eastern District PA; Certified Mediator, NASDAQ; Judge Pro Tempore, Court of Common Pleas, Philadelphia County; EEOC, Mediator; American Health Lawyers' Association, Mediator; USA Track and Field Olympic Trials, Doping Grievances Panel; General Services Administration, Mediator; American Arbitration Association, Construction, Commercial and Employment Panels; CLE Lecturer and ALI-ABA and ABA Faculty Member on ADR; Chair, Lower Merion Township Historical Commission. She will co-teach Dispute Resolution: Negotiations, Mediation & Arbitration in the fall semester.