Elizabeth Jubin Fujiwara, Attorney
RESOLUTION THROUGH MEDIATION is a national employment law, personal injury and medical malpractice, and intellectual property mediation firm based in
Elizabeth Jubin Fujiwara, founder and principal, is a trained and experienced mediator who is especially effective with hostile and litigious parties because of her two decades of trial experience as a lawyer handling employment law, discrimination, civil rights, and labor law cases. She is also available as a neutral fact-finder in employment matters.
She is also available as a neutral fact-finder in employment matters.
Ms. Fujiwara has served as the Senior Trial Attorney for the EEOC in
Earlier in her career (1986), Ms. Fujiwara headed up her own law firm, which is considered by some to have been the vanguard for employment law in
|Education:||University of Hawaii School of Social Work M.S.W.|
U.S. District Court District of Hawaii
U.S. Court of Appeals 9th Circuit
Monday - Friday 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.; Mediation available on evenings and weekends
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