Mattie
Robertson

Deputy Director of CNDR

Biography

Mattie Robertson is a dispute resolution professional who has facilitated over 300 cases, and is certified as both a mediator and arbitrator. She has mentored many other professional mediators and conducted numerous conflict resolution trainings on a variety of topics. Mrs. Robertson spent a decade working in community mediation nonprofits after law school. At SEEDS Community Resolution Center, she managed the Court Mediation Program, which provided same-day mediation services to litigants in the Alameda County Superior Courts. At California Lawyers for the Arts, Mrs. Robertson was Program Director for the Arts Arbitration and Mediation Services (AAMS) serving the greater San Francisco Bay Area. Currently, Mrs. Robertson is Deputy Director of the Center for Negotiation and Dispute Resolution (CNDR) at UC Hastings Law.

Mrs. Robertson serves as Co-Chair for the Alameda County Bar Association’s ADR Executive Committee, and is a member of the Alameda County Superior Court’s ADR Administration Committee, and the Chabot College Administration of Justice Department’s Advisory Board. Mrs. Robertson is a graduate of UC Hastings Law in San Francisco, and has a Bachelors in International Relations from San Francisco State University.

Expertise

Education

  1. San Francisco State University 2006

    B.A., International Relations

  2. UC Hastings Law 2010

    J.D., Law

Selected Scholarship