Full Name
Meah Tell
Job Title
General Practitioner, Bilingual Mediator and Arbitrator
Speaker Bio
Meah Tell is a General Practitioner / Bilingual Mediator and Arbitrator. Meah is a Florida Supreme Court Certified Family, Circuit Civil, County and Appellate mediator and is a Certified Mediator in the Southern District of Florida, as well as a Florida Supreme Court approved Primary Trainer for Family, Circuit Civil Mediation Training and a Florida Supreme Court Approved Trainer for Mandatory-Nonbinding Arbitration trainings.
Meah served as the Past Chair, Chair-Elect and Treasurer of the ADR Section of the Florida Bar, and serves on their Executive Council. She is a former President of the Florida Academy of Professional Mediators and diplomate member, former President of the Association of South Florida Mediators and Arbitrators and former Chair of the ADR Section of the Broward County Bar Association.
Meah served on the Florida Supreme Court Mediators Ethics Advisory Committee, the Florida Supreme Court ADR Rules and Policy Committee, and the Florida Supreme Court Mediation Training Review Board.
Meah taught as an Adjunct Professor at the Shepard Broad Law School, Nova Southeastern University, the Department of Confliction Resolution, School of Social and Systemic Studies at Nova Southeastern University, and taught Family Law at the St. Thomas University School of Law.
Speaking At
Session B1: Don’t Wait Until This Happens to You! Steps for Preventing (or Dealing With) a Mediator Subpoena
Meah Tell