Lee Taft, J.D., M.Div

Conflict Resolution / Risk Management

Lee Taft is a pioneer in designing, developing, and implementing conflict resolution processes. As a plaintiff’s litigator for twenty years he saw first-hand how litigation – and litigators – failed both parties. He began to explore alternatives to traditional litigation. That exploration led him to Harvard Divinity School where he wrote his graduate thesis on the role of apology in legal settings, an essay published by the YALE LAW JOURNAL. Today he integrates his expertise in law and ethics to create a client-centered alternative to litigation based on fairness, transparency, and accountability. In business parlance, he is called a disruptive innovator because his cost-saving-values-based method disrupts the high cost of traditional litigation.

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