Representing With Respect
Attorney Chappell is admitted in several courts including: The United States Supreme Court, United States Bankruptcy Court D. Massachusetts, United States District Court D. Massachusetts, and state courts in both Massachusetts and Connecticut (ret.). She has many years of litigation experience as co-counsel on important Massachusetts’ public law cases including the politically charged, landmark case which resulted in the creation of the UMass School of Law at North Dartmouth, and Cahill v. Exodus Medical Transportation, a decision which held that an employer can be held liable for the off duty conduct of a female supervisor when her conduct affected the terms and conditions of a male subordinate’s employment.
In addition to public law cases, Attorney Chappell has extensive experience in all aspects of family and juvenile law within the Massachusetts’ Probate and Family, and Juvenile Court systems. She is a litigator, Guardian Ad Litem, Massachusetts trained mediator, conciliator, arbitrator, certified collaborative civil practitioner, and a limited assistance (LAR) provider.
Mediation & Conciliation Neutral
Since both mediation and conciliation require process neutrality it is VERY important to remain mindful in communications. Please make your initial inquiry through Online Booking or by email - without communicating details of any dispute. You may send requests for booking of sessions, further procedural, or cost information through online booking or by email to us. Using either method you will receive a response to your inquiry and, if applicable, one which outlines the next steps in your process.
Mediation and Non-Court Ordered Conciliation sessions are available outside of normal business hours through prior arrangement with us. Email an off time request including your availability which will be scheduled on a first come-first served basis where possible, as time is available