Daniel Serviansky is a practicing mediator who designs and conducts trainings in Negotiation and Mediation. He works in subject areas that include Real Estate, Bioethics, Family, and Education. He has trained and coached lawyers, medical doctors, real estate professionals, police officers, and educators. He has served as a neutral in over one hundred matters and has conducted hundreds more negotiations on behalf of investors, business partners, and clients.
He is an Adjunct Lecturer-in-Law at Columbia Law School, teaching the Negotiation Workshop and Bioethics Mediation; a Visiting Professor at the University of Miami School of Law; and an Adjunct Assistant Professor of Negotiation and Conflict Resolution at Columbia’s Masters in Real Estate Development program.
Prior to his current roles, he ran a real estate investment group and consulting practice. As a principal, he worked on redevelopment projects. As a consultant, he focused on the preservation of value during complex disputes.
He holds a BA from Yale University; a JD from Columbia Law School, where he trained in the Mediation Clinic; and an MS in Real Estate Development from the Columbia Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation. He is admitted to practice law in New York and Florida.
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"Deeply respectful ...
interested in everyone's perspective."
"Clear, intelligent and straight to the point."
"... a great mediator."
"[Makes] sure every voice is heard."
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