Robin Caral Shaw, Esq., is the Primary Trainer for Mediation Training Group. Robin is Chairman of the Professional Mediation Institute, Past President of The Florida Academy of Professional Mediators, and Past President of the Association of South Florida Mediators and Arbitrators. She is certified as a Family, Circuit and Appellate Mediator and has been a trainer for the Mediation Training Group since 2004. Robin is a nationally recognized speaker and trainer in all areas of mediation. When not teaching mediation skills, Robin maintains a transactional law practice and writes, negotiates, and reviews contracts for clients and represents them in mediation. Robin is admitted to practice law in Florida, the District of Columbia, and Pennsylvania, as well as Federal Courts. She was in the Scholar’s Program at Brooklyn College of the City University of New York where she earned a dual Bachelor of Arts degree (cum laude) in Psychology and Political Science with a Minor in French, and her J.D. is from Fordham University (after spending two years at the Georgetown University Law Center as a Visiting Student).
Robert H. Loevin, Esq., a member of the Florida Bar, has had a distinguished career holding key positions in both the public and private sectors. As a Florida Supreme Court Certified Circuit, Family, Dependency and County Mediator Bob has mediated over 4,500 court cases. Additionally, Bob mediates for the EEOC, NASD, NY Stock Exchange and US Postal Service.
Alvin Capp, Esq., a leader in the South Florida mediation community, received his JD from George Washington University in 1961. As a member of Mediation, Inc Al has mediated over 6,000 cases. In addition to his mediation practice, Al maintains a general civil trial and appellate law practice.
Esq.. is an Associate Professor of Law and the Director of the
Alternative Dispute Resolution Clinic at Nova Southeastern University's Shepard Broad College of Law. Additionally, Fran is past Chair of the Florida Supreme Court's Mediator
Ethics Advisory Committee (MEAC), presently serves on the Courts Alternative Disputes Resolution Rules and Policy Committee and is an Elder Care Coordinator.
Sarah deLaurentis, Esq., is a Florida Supreme Court Certified Circuit Civil and County Court mediator who specializes in employment and labor matters. Sarah’s legal career has included representation of major corporations in federal court litigation, arbitration, and mediation before the EEOC, NLRB and similar agencies. She has provided legal oversight on matters such as compliance with federal, state, and local employment and labor laws, due diligence in mergers and acquisitions, WARN Act compliance in workforce reductions, executive compensation, severance arrangements and restrictive covenants. Sarah has conducted supervisory training and spoken extensively on good employment practices, including the evolving topic of sexual and discriminatory harassment in the workplace. Sarah is admitted to practice in states of New York and Florida. She is a member of the ABA, Florida Bar, New York State Bar Association; Florida Academy of Professional Mediators and Association of South Florida Mediators and Arbitrators.
Adam I. Ross, Esq., Adam received a Bachelor of Arts degree with General Honors from the University of Miami in 1987. He received a Juris Doctor degree from the University of Miami in 1990. Adam was admitted to the Florida Bar in 1990. He represented employers and insurance carriers in the field of workers’ compensation from 1990-2016. Adam was Staff Counsel for Travelers Insurance Company from 1994-2016. He was certified as a circuit mediator in 2016. Adam has been a workers’ compensation mediator for the state of Florida in the Fort Lauderdale District Office of the Judges of Compensation Claims since 2016. He joined the Board of Directors of the Professional Mediation Institute (PMI) in 2018.