About Jenny maybee

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Jenny Maybee is a communication and conflict resolution expert, certified mediator, and attorney. She works with people who want to find creative solutions to conflict and find more clarity and ease in the process of growth, expansion, and transformation that comes through navigating challenges.

Through her Bay Area based business, she offers private mediation services and conflict resolution consulting. Jenny has been mediating disputes since she trained as a mediator with Carol Marshall at U.C. Berkeley School of Law and with Kenneth Cloke at the Center for Dispute Resolution in Santa Monica, California. She has also trained in Powerful Non-Defensive Communication with Sharon Ellison and family law for mediation with Nancy Foster and Sarah Killingsworth of the Northern California Mediation Center.

Jenny received her law degree in 2005 from Boalt Hall School of Law, University of California at Berkeley, where she was Founder and President of the Creative Law Society, Executive Articles Editor for California Criminal Law Review and received the Judge Edward “Dean” Price Memorial Scholarship and the Prosser Prize in Evidence Advocacy. From 2005-2007, she was a litigation associate at Quinn Emanuel Urquhart Oliver & Hedges LLP. There she worked on the Parmalat cases, which involved international accounting fraud and the largest bankruptcy in European history, resulting in a $150 million settlement against Deloitte & Touche’s Italian arm. Since leaving Quinn Emanuel, she has worked as an independent litigation consultant, including an ongoing engagement as a Consulting Attorney for Taylor & Company Law Offices, LLP, in San Francisco, CA.

Jenny is passionate about music, and uses her musical sensibility to focus on finding harmonious ways to collaborate and facilitate positive communication. She studied law and mediation to find better ways to resolve conflict and communicate more honestly and powerfully.  As a musician, she creates new music as a jazz pianist/vocalist and songwriter. She brings that sensitivity and ear for harmony into mediations and challenging situations, which helps her pinpoint pathways to resolution. Jenny also practices martial arts, yoga, and Pilates, which focus on maintaining physiological balance in any situation. This multifaceted background, awareness, and sensitivity gives her a wide array of tools from which to co-create an effective and satisfying pathway for her clients.

For a more detailed CV, see Jenny's Linked In profile

For more information about Jenny’s music, see jennymaybeemusic.com

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