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Professor A. Marco Turk, Esq.
Mediator/Arbitrator

Professor Emeritus A. Marco Turk, former director of the Negotiation, Conflict Resolution & Peacebuilding program at California State University Dominguez Hills, joined ARC in 2008. He is available to mediate and arbitrate disputes in all substantive and procedural areas. Professor Turk is also a well-versed former appellate lawyer (including Court of Appeal judicial attorney) who has been a member of the California Bar since 1961, and has held a California real estate broker's license since 1963. As a mediator, he uses a facilitative style and specializes in difficult cases where the parties are convinced that settlement is not possible.

   


PRACTICE AREAS

Attorney's fees, business/contract, employment/labor, family law, insurance, probate, professional responsibility, and real estate (including community living developments), among others.

 

CONFLICT RESOLUTION EXPERIENCE

Professor Turk is recognized domestically and internationally as an effective consultant, trainer, educator, and ADR practitioner/scholar providing innovative approaches designed to achieve successful peaceful transformation of conflict, and knowledgeable as a mediator of e-Discovery disputes. His combined 34 years in law practice and the entertainment industry (including hands-on experience as a talent agent and film/TV creator/developer/producer) have been followed by over 20 years in full-time higher education, ADR and international peacebuilding activities. Professor Turk is a longstanding American Arbitration Association arbitrator, and community/trial and appellate court mediator. 



EDUCATION & TRAINING

J.D. cum laude (1960), Southwestern University
School of Law

B.A. (1956), University of Washington (Seattle)

California Court of Appeal, Second District (Completed 36 hours appellate mediation training and qualified for the Court's mediation panel, 2004); Ventura Courts Civil Mediator Qualification (1993); Los Angeles County Bar Association/Dispute Resolution Services, Inc. (Completed Community Mediation Programs Training, and Certified, 1991).

 


ORGANIZATIONS & ACHIEVEMENTS

Successful appellate counsel [In re Marriage of von der Nuell, 1994] establishing elements to determine date of separation in cases of marital dissolution.

Recipient of the Southern California Mediation Association 2013 L. Randolph Lowry Award (Straus Institute for Dispute Resolution at Pepperdine University School of Law), in recognition of exceptional contribution to the education of mediators and peacemakers in the Southern California community.

Member: State Bar of California and Southern California Mediation Association.  

Invited domestic and international presenter/keynoter on ADR topics.

Selected by The Daily Journal as one of top five Southern California community mediation "neutrals."

Former consultant to Los Angeles Superior Court ADR programs; and Board of Governors appointed member, California State Bar Committee on Alternative Dispute Resolution.



Professor Turk is based in Southern California and willing to travel as needed. Additional information available on request.

Century City
310.284.8224

Downtown
213.623.0211

Toll Free
1.800.347.4512

 

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