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Maurice Q. Robinson

Alternative Dispute Resolution Professional

Maurice Q. Robinson is an active alternative dispute resolution (“ADR”) professional who currently holds adjunct professorships at Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law’s Kukin Program in Alternative Dispute Resolution, as well as Seton Hall School of Law’s Conflict Management Program. Awarded a New Jersey Legislative Proclamation for Pro Bono and Skills-Based/ Service-Oriented Legal Pedagogy, Mr. Robinson’s courses include Negotiation Theory and Practice, Family Law and Mediation, as well as a client-driven practicum in the SDNY Federal Court. He has coached successful ADR competition teams on the national and international circuits.

Mr. Robinson is also the EEO Officer | Executive Agency Counsel for New York City Housing Authority’s (NYCHA) Department of Equal Opportunity. Prior to his position at NYCHA, he served the NY community as a Senior Administrative Law Hearing Officer, Queens County Mediation Manager, and Housing Court Program Supervising Pro Bono Attorney. Mr. Robinson serves as an approved mediator for the New York Peace Institute, Manhattan Civil Court, Housing Court, and Small Claims Court. Mr. Robinson has also participated in arbitrations and mediations with EEOC, FINRA, and other private organizations.

The Society for Human Resource Management | Human Resource Certification Institute (SHRM | HRCI) recognizes Mr. Robinson as a Certified Professional in Human Resources (PHR).

Mr. Robinson received his J.D. from Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, with specializations in Mediation, Litigation, and Intellectual Property & Communications Law. He completed the NY State Community Mediator Program, Safe Horizon Mediator Training, and Apprenticeship, and received a certificate from the Kukin Program in ADR. Mr. Robinson is regularly invited to speak on Diversity in Alternative Dispute Resolution and ADR as a mechanism for Civil Gideon.

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