COLUMBIA, S.C. – Becky Laffitte, a member of Robinson Gray Stepp & Laffitte law firm, has been inducted into the National Academy of Distinguished Neutrals (NADN).
Formed in 2008, the NADN is a professional association whose membership consists of mediators and arbitrators distinguished by their hands-on experience in the field of civil/commercial conflict resolution and by their commitment to the practice of alternative dispute resolution.
Becky is one of only 38 attorneys who belong to the South Carolina chapter of the NADN.
All Academy members are distinguished by their commitment to excellence in the field of dispute resolution, and enjoy sterling reputations within the profession. Membership is by invitation only, based on nominations made by both peers and litigation firms, and is limited to those found to meet stringent practice criteria who are well established as trusted neutrals within their state of practice. For more information about the National Academy of Distinguished Neutrals, visit www.NADN.org.
Becky has a diverse litigation practice and has mediated more than 100 civil disputes within the past five years.
“We’re delighted to recognize Becky Laffitte to the Academy’s South Carolina Chapter, in recognition of excellence in her mediation practice,” said Darren Lee, Executive Director of NADN.
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