Julia Morelli has over twenty-five years of experience as a mediator, facilitator, manager and consultant. She is President of Holistic Solutions, Inc., a principal with Fourth Party Solutions (4PS) and the President of the George Mason University (GMU) Instructional Foundation. In these capacities she serves as a mediator, manager, coach and consultant. In addition, she provides facilitation and organizational development services, and training in dispute resolution, cultural issues and diversity, the use of technology in conflict management, and stress management. Her client list includes government agencies, schools, corporations, associations and nonprofit organizations. Her training includes work with the Center for Mind-Body Medicine, she teaches yoga and qigong, and whenever it is appropriate, she incorporates these techniques into her practice. She is co-author of "Culture and Breaking Impasse in Dispute Resolution," published in Definitive Creative Impasse-Breaking Techniques in Mediation, (New York A.B.A., 2011); and "Developing Embodied Awareness and Action in Conflict Resolution," in Faith and Practice in Conflict Resolution: Toward a Multidimensional Approach (2016, edited by Rachel Goldberg). She is member of the Association for Conflict Resolution and serves on the Board of Peaceable Dragon. Frequently she presents at various mediation and dispute resolution conferences, regularly attends the International Conference on Online Dispute Resolution, and is a regular guest lecturer at George Mason University.
Robert D. Andeweg
Nyemaster Law Firm
Bob Andeweg practices primarily in the real estate area, concentrating primarily in commercial real estate. Bob focuses his practice on transactional, leasing development and valuation issues regarding real estate. In addition, he also provides advice to a variety of business clients regarding general corporate transactions, including organizational, development and start-up issues, board of directors operations and duties and general contract drafting and negotiations. Bob received his J.D., with honors, in 1987 from Drake University in Des Moines, Iowa, serving as a member and Editor-in-Chief (1986-1987) of the Drake Law Review. In 1984 he received his B.A. from Central College in Pella, majoring in Political Science and minoring in Economics.
Susan Nauss Exon, LL.M.
Professor of Law
Susan Nauss Exon is a Professor at the University of La Verne College of Law. Professor Exon has received several awards for her work in education, speaks frequently at the national, state, and local level regarding alternative dispute resolution and mediation ethics, and has numerous published papers and articles, some of which pertain to cyberjurisdiction. She is co-chair of the Ethics Committee for the American Bar Association Section of Dispute Resolution and a member of the Section's Ethical Guidance Committee as well as part of the Section's Civil Procedure LEAP Panel. Professor Exon's current research relates to mediation ethics, apology and forgiveness, and a mediator's ability to engender trust in an online, non-visual environment. Exon has been mediating civil commercial and business disputes for over 15 years. Exon received her A.S.B. from Central Pennsylvania College; J.D. from the University of Wyoming, College of Law; and LL.M. in Dispute Resolution from Pepperdine University.