Henson Fuerst firm partner Anne Duvoisin, a longtime mediator and arbitrator, was recently appointed as the Chair of the Continuing Legal Education Committee for the Dispute Resolution Section of the North Carolina Bar Association.
Last year, the Dispute Resolution Commission instituted mandatory continuing education requirements for North Carolina mediators. Fisher was responsible for creating the first mediation continuing education seminar that was approved for credit by both the North Carolina State Bar and the Dispute Resolution Commission.
The seminar was presented at no cost to attendees and videotaped by the North Carolina Administrative Office of the Courts. The program can be observed on the NC AOC’s website.
Anne looks forward to crafting programs in the future that satisfy both CLE and CME requirements.
Attorney Anne Duvoisin started the firm’s Land Law Division in 2011, and she now serves as the division’s practice leader. Focusing her practice on land condemnation, land contamination, property owners’ rights and related claims, she also serves as an arbitrator and mediator.
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