Kristine Reich

Kristine Reich

Kristine Reich

Biographical Info Summary: With an expertise in collaborative divorce, mediation, and family and juvenile law matters, Kristine has over two decades of experience working with children and families experiencing difficult transitional life events. Borne of deep appreciation for holistic, solution-focused practice, Restorative Law & Mediation was organized in 2014. Kristine is a Faculty Associate at the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law, Lodestar Dispute Resolution Center- teaching courses in Foundations in Dispute Resolution, the Mediation Clinic, and Collaborative Law and Mediation trainings. Kristine participated in a faculty exchange with Tecnologico de Monterrey, Mexico City campus, presenting in an interactive three-day workshop on alternative dispute resolution (ADR) and restorative justice. Relevant Experience: Family/Juvenile Law Attorney and Collaboratively trained since 2011. Contractor for Maricopa County Juvenile Court- creating training curriculum and further developing dispute resolution services in juvenile court. Founder of Restorative Law and Mediation, PLLC in 2014 Vice President for Collaborative Professionals of Phoenix Board Member for Voices for CASA Children Former Director for the Child Welfare Training Institute at the AZ Department of Child Safety Former Director of Adoptions for Aid to Adoption of Special Kids Served on the Advisory Committees for Child Welfare Reform for Governor Napolitano

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Level Practitioner Member 3 yrs

Start Date August 31, 2020

Company Restorative Law & Mediation, PLLC

City Scottsdale

State AZ

Zip 85254

Phone 4803296690

licenses/certifications Kristine’s multi-disciplinary approach to practice is influenced by her juris doctorate education received from the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State University (’08) and Masters in Social Work at Arizona State University (’93). AZ State Bar #027525

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