Rebekah has over a decade of multi-faceted experience in helping people successfully resolve disputes, convening many hundreds of mediations and arbitrations, in person and through remote video proceedings. In addition to serving private parties, she has provided mediation services for individuals involved with the Maine Department of Education, Maine Court Alternative Dispute Resolution Program, Community Mediation Services, and Maine Human Rights Commission. She also presides over other forms of alternative dispute resolution, including independent investigations, and has served as the Alternate Chair of the Maine Labor Relations Board of Arbitration and Conciliation and a Hearings Officer at the Maine Public Employees Retirement System, the Department of Professional and Financial Regulation, the Maine State Police, and the Maine Criminal Justice Academy. Her previous experience includes clerking for the Maine Supreme Judicial Court and the First Circuit Court of Appeals, as well as a two-year Skadden Arps Fellowship, the only Maine Law student to be selected for this fellowship. She greatly enjoys working as a netural because it allows her to leverage her experience in helping people reach satisfactory resolutions to conflicts on their own terms. She is particularly interested in bringing mediation services to areas where it has not customarily been used but could be very beneficial to parties. Rebekah has served as the President and Ombudsperson of the Maine Association of Mediators Board of Directors and has published multiple articles on mediation.