Ryon D. Fleming Named to New York State Unified Court System Mediator Ethics Advisory Committee
February 8, 2012
Buffalo, NY: Ryon D. Fleming, an Associate at Kenney Shelton Liptak Nowak LLP, has been named as one of thirteen members who comprise the Mediator Ethics Advisory Committee for the New York State Unified Court System.
The Mediator Ethics Advisory Committee (MEAC) was established in 2006 with three major objectives: 1) to respond to inquiries from mediators in community dispute resolution center programs; 2) to promote professional development and consistent of practice among dispute resolution practitioners; and 3) to recommend changes to the Mediator Standards of Conduct for the New York State Community Dispute Resolution Center Mediators that govern mediators who provided dispute resolution services under the auspices of a Community Dispute Resolution Center.
Ryon’s extensive experience as a certified mediator within the Unified Court System of New York State, has made him an ideal fit for this committee post. Ryon handles matters involving child custody mediation, and regularly mediates disputes referred from Erie County Child and Family Services and the Erie County Family Court. He also mediates community and commercial disputes, including neighbor, elder care, divorce, and small claims.
Ryon is a graduate of Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, Yeshiva University. Prior to law school, he worked in the publishing industry in New York and was a managing editor at Simon and Schuster. He currently resides in Buffalo with his wife and young daughter.
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