Robert A. Creo, Esquire
Robert A. Creo is an esteemed educator, mediator, and arbitrator. Since graduating from Washington University in St. Louis School of Law in 1977, Mr. Creo has been recognized both domestically and internationally for his expertise.
Mediation and Arbitration:
- Has worked over 5000 days as a neutral since 1979.
- Mediates serious injury/death claims, complex business transactions, and cases involving multi-million dollar settlements.
- Co-founded the International Academy of Mediators, the Master Mediator Institute, and Mediators Beyond Borders.
- Appointed as a Neutral for the U.S. Senate Select Committee on Ethics.
- Served as an arbitrator for MLB and the NFL.
- Regularly presents on ADR, ethics, decision making, and neuroscience at seminars conducted by bar associations (ABA, ACBA, PBA, PBI), universities, CPR, and other organizations.
- Teaches a course on decision making for lawyers as an Adjunct Professor at Duquesne University School of Law alongside Selina J. Shultz. The course will be available again in the Spring of 2015.
- Taught as an Adjunct Professor at University of Pittsburgh School of Law and Chatham University.
To find out more about Mr. Creo’s work, please see his Curriculum Vitae.