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Adam J Berner

Adam J Berner
Firm Name:
Berner Law & Mediation Group
One University Plaza
Suite 214
New Jersey
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Area of Practice:
Civil & Family

Adam J. Berner is a leading practitioner and trainer in Mediation and Collaborative Law, and founder of the Berner Law & Mediation Group, with offices in Midtown Manhattan and Hackensack, New Jersey.
With over 25 years in the Mediation field, he is Founding President of the Collaborative Divorce Association of New Jersey, Past President of the Family & Divorce Mediation Council of New York, and a founding member of both the New York Association of Collaborative Professionals and the New Jersey Council of Collaborative Practice Groups.
In addition to serving as Adjunct Professor for over two decades at Cardozo School of Law in Manhattan where he teaches Collaborative Family Law and Divorce Mediation, Adam is an instructor for various panels, bar associations, and private trainings, including NJ ICLE’s 40 hour divorce mediation training.
Adam is a father of 4 who realizes that his conflict resolution skills remain a work in progress.

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