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Henry Pharr and Keith Nichols certified Superior Court Mediators

Certified by the North Carolina Dispute Resolution Commission 11/17/2014

Henry N. Pharr III and Keith Nichols were recently named "Superior Court Certified Mediator" by the North Carolina Dispute Resolution Commission.

Lawyer applicants must be a member in good standing of the bar of at least one of the 50 states, a graduate of a law school accredited by the North Carolina Board of Legal Examiners, and have at least five years of experience practicing law, serving as a judge, mediator or equivalent experience. Applicants must also complete mediation training, observe mediations and establish that they are of good character. Superior Court certification is required of all mediators participating in the Mediated Settlement Conference Program.  

For more information about certified mediators, please visit the North Carolina Dispute Resolution Commission website.

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