Mediation Scheduler

Meggan McLean Stein

Meggan McLean Stein has been mediating and conducting dispute resolution trainings in the western United States since 1998. She has a JD from BYU Law School and a Master’s Degree of Dispute Resolution from Pepperdine Law School’s Strauss Institute. She started her career at the community mediation center, Utah Dispute Resolution, where she coordinated a Peer Mediation Program in collaboration with Horizonte Learning and Training Center. In Seattle, Washington she worked at the King County Dispute Resolution Center as the acting Executive Director, Volunteer Coordinator and Trainer. Meggan has trained, oriented and mentored hundreds of aspiring mediators. Meggan also developed and coordinated an Agricultural Employment Mediation Program for the state of Washington. Meggan mediates domestic, workplace, victim/offender, and community disputes in both English and Spanish.

Education & Training

Juris Doctorate—Brigham Young University Law School—April

Master of Dispute
Pepperdine Law SchoolMay 2002

B.A. Philosophy, Law
& Rhetoric—
Stephens College—May

Basic Mediation
Utah Dispute ResolutionNovember 1998

Mediation Certification
J. Reuben
Clark, Schooley Mediation Center
—May 2000

Domestic Mediation
J. Reuben Clark,
Schooley Mediation Center
—June 2000

Disability Mediation
Loyola Law School,
Disability Mediation Center
—May  2002


Master Mediator &
Meggan Stein Mediation &
the Institute of Advanced Mediation & Problem Solving

Conflict Resolution
Innovative Training
Solutions, LLC.

Adjunct Professor—Brigham Young University, Western Washington
University and University of Phoenix                 

Developer/Coordinator—Agricultural Employment Mediation Program of
Washington State

Acting Executive
Director, Volunteer Coordinator & Trainer—
King County Dispute Resolution Center                                 

Memberships & Rosters

Past Chair, Utah Council on Conflict Resolution

Utah State Court General & Domestic Mediation Roster

Utah State Court Domestic Mentor Roster

Utah State Court Co-Parenting Mediation Roster


UCCR SymposiumApplying
Arbinger Principles to Mediation
, May

UCCR Brown Bag
Breaking Deadlock in Mediation, A Mediators Survival Guide, &
The Power of the Narrative

AOC PresentationVerbal
Bombs: When to Walk, Knock it out of the Park or Catch and Redirect
, June 2011

UCCR Civility CLE—Preparing  Clients for Mediation, June 2011

Panel Participant of
Utah Minority Lawyers Summit
Being  a
, February 2010

Association of
Conflict Resolution Family Mediation Forum—
Whose  Line is it Anyway?—A Facilitated Conversation
of Mediators Favorite Tools
, July 2008