Donna Erez-Navot is an attorney, social worker, professor of law and mediator. Ms. Erez-Navot was the founding Director of the Mediation Clinic at University of Wisconsin and she has been instrumental in building several mediation projects including child protection programs.

Before moving to Madison in 2009, she was a mediator in the Child Permanency Mediation Program in New York City Family Court, where she mediated issues connected to placement of children in foster care, including relationships and communication between parties, custody/visitation/guardianship petitions, conditional surrenders and other issues.

Ms. Erez-Navot specializes on high conflict, multi-party mediations. She brings extraordinary experience to client engagements with a background in law, mediation, social work and ADR program design. Currently, she is the Assistant Director of the Kukin Program for Conflict Resolution at Cardozo Law School where she also directs the Cardozo Mediation Clinic. 

ADMISSIONS

  • New York State Bar 

  • Wisconsin State Bar (inactive)

 

EDUCATION

  • Yeshiva University Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, JD (2006)

  • University of Tel Aviv, BSW (2000)

  • Emory University, BA (1998)

 

  • PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS

  • Member, Dispute Resolution Section, American Bar Association; Dispute Resolution Section, Legal Education Policy Committee

  • Judge, James B. Boskey Law Student Essay Contest on Dispute Resolution, (2014, 2016 & 2017)

  • Committee Chair, UW Law School, Academic Enhancement Program Committee (2013 & 2014)

  • Committee Member, UW Law School, Curriculum Committee (2012)

  • Course Creator, UW Division of Continuing Studies, online course “Mediation Techniques for Managing Conflict”

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