Customer Reviews


Rebekah possesses a number of the more "intangible" qualities that make her an outstanding mediator. She commands the respect of all parties in the room in her quiet, confident way.  She possesses excellent active listening skills -- a critical skill to successful mediation.  Her demeanor in mediation settings shows compassion for disgruntled parties while at the same time maintaining the appropriate neutral judicial temperament that is necessary for brokering a resolution that will make both sides feel heard and understood.  Amy K. Tchao, Esq.,  Drummond Woodsum 

 Rebekah is a stellar legal analyst and writer, and has brought these talents to her work as a neutral for nearly a decade. In addition, she works extremely well with parties that find themselves in difficult and often emotional conflicts over issues concerning children 's educational rights.  Her mix of legal and personal skills is essential to serve as an effective mediator.  Richard O'Meara, Esq., Murray, Plumb & Murray

During my mediation with Rebekah, she quickly earned the respect of the parties and attorneys, honing in on the important factual and legal issues, asking relevant questions, making everyone in the room feel heard, and pushing the parties to a result that made each party equally uncomfortable, which, in my view, is characteristic of a good settlement.  I would not hesitate to call upon Rebekah to mediate any employment discrimination or retaliation dispute.  Katy Rand, Esq., PIerce Atwood

Rebekah has had advanced training in conducting mediations in cases that involve  elder participants, which makes her attuned to ensure that the elder is able to access the mediation process and take part on a level playing field.  Rebekah works hard to ensure that everyone in the room is comfortable enough to fully engage in the effort to reach a resolution.  Denis Culley, Esq., Legal Services for the Elderly 

Rebekah was tremendously helpful as we established our agency mediation program, as she secured a grant to study our agency's needs and options for mediation.The same grant allowed Rebekah to conduct a series of mediations with litigants representing themselves, giving her additional insight into Maine Human Rights Commission mediations from the perspective of those involved.  Due to her training and experience, we selected Rebekah as one of our five rostered mediators, and we've gotten outstanding feedback about her skill and services from mediation participants ever since.  Amy Sneirson, Esq., Executive Director, Maine Human Rights Commission


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