Pam Perry is a highly respected mediator and arbitrator, having resolved a wide variety of cases including commercial, professional malpractice, employment, health care, first party property, receivership, government agency, personal injury, antitrust, insurance, land use and other disputes. She is a Panel Member of the American Arbitration Association, a Florida Supreme Court Qualified Arbitrator, has been a certified mediator since 2004, and has published several articles concerning ADR in the Daily Business Review including: “The Elephant Not In the Room,” co-authored with Retired Circuit Judge Ellen Leesfield (December 11, 2015); “Counsel Should Prep Mediators On Issues, Dynamics of Case” (July 20, 2012); and “Mediator Responds to Rodent: Present Your Case, Not Just Your Number” (September 17, 2012). She is also frequently recognized as a premier ADR professional by Super Lawyers, Florida Trend’s Legal Elite, and The South Florida Legal Guide.
Pam is often asked to speak on cutting edge ADR issues: She previously appeared on a panel with five other experienced mediators at the Dade County Bar Association’s Bench and Bar Conference and addressed the importance of carefully preparing the mediator long before the mediation session. She has also given the keynote address at the Spellman-Hoeveler American Inn of Court, South Florida Trial Lawyers Luncheon, and participated in the ABA Panel, “Top Ten Mistakes We’re Making in Mediation and Didn’t Even Know It.” In addition, she moderated or participated in the Legal Malpractice and Professional Liability Roundtable sponsored by the University of Miami Center for Ethics and Public Service for several years, and is frequently asked to mediate or arbitrate professional malpractice, high profile and other sensitive matters.
Pam takes a painstaking and thorough approach to each matter before her and combines her penchant for legal research with her relentless commitment to fairness and neutrality. If you would like to schedule a mediation, arbitration, or special magistrate matter with Pam – whether by videoconference or in person – please call or email her ADR paralegal, Liz Leonard, at email@example.com or 305-670-9800, or contact Pam directly at 305-202-3545.