Court’s Glover Mediation Program Seeks Applications for Service on its Mediation Panel

Release Date: 
Mon, 11/29/2021

The Thomas T. Glover Mediation Program is accepting applications from qualified individuals desiring to join its panel of trained mediators. Attorney candidates must be a member of the bar of any state for at least 5 years, be in good standing with the federal courts of the W.D. Washington, and have served as principal attorney or record in at least 10 bankruptcy cases or proceedings. See LBR 9042-2. Non-attorney applicants, and attorney applicants without bankruptcy experience, must demonstrate similar professional qualifications consistent with the Local Rules. All applicants must be willing to serve as a panel mediator for at least a two-year appointment and commit to taking at least 2 pro bono matters a year. Applicants who do not possess adequate mediation training at the time of application must commit to receiving training prior to serving as mediator on a matter assigned to the Glover Program. 

Applications must be submitted no later than January 14, 2022 to WAWB_ADR@WAWB.USCOURTS.GOV. For more information about the Glover Mediation Program, see the Court’s website.