West Coast Resolution Group, a division of the National Conflict Resolution Center, has one purpose: to provide exceptional and affordable mediation services to the legal community. To achieve that goal, we have assembled a core group of experienced neutrals with extensive experience mediating a variety of cases.
To learn more, visit our Mediation FAQ’s

  • "Loose Lips
    Sink Ships" 

    The Ethics of Confidentiality in Mediation


    A two hour CLE, with one hour of ethics credit.
    Featuring West Coast Resolution Group mediators
    Judy Copeland & Chris Hulburt.


    October 16th
    12:00pm - 1:30pm

    Managing High Conflict Personalities in Medical Malpractice Cases
    - Rick Barton & John Edwards

  • Creative Approaches to Mediating Elder Care and Capacity Issues


    Read mediator Judy Copeland's new article on
    mediating elder care and capacity issues. 

  • Raul Cadena has been featured in San Diego Business Journal! 


    West Coast Resolution Group mediator
    Raul Cadena comments on mediation as a
    preemptive choice to litigation
    for businesses. 


Mediator Bios

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Practice Areas

West Coast mediators understand the complexities of litigation and are skilled at resolving a wide variety of disputes, including:

  • Employment, Workplace
  • Insurance/Personal Injury/Property Damage
  • Medical Malpractice
  • Real Estate
  • Business
  • Construction Defect
  • Commercial Disputes
  • Superior Court
  • Homeowner Association
  • Healthcare
  • Civil Rights
  • Design Professional and Environmental Claims
  • Probate/Conservatorship/ Trust Disputes
  • Will/Trust Contests
  • Elder Abuse
  • Professional Liability
  • Environmental/Land Use
  • Community


NCRC maintains a qualified roster of experienced neutrals for you to choose from. Standards for being selected to NCRC's neutral roster are high and are maintained through ongoing training, evaluation and feedback.

NCRC's neutral roster includes mediators and arbitrators from over 50 different occupations. Occupations represented include: education, law, law enforcement, real estate, business, mental health, medicine and engineering.