Last Name: Honoroff
Address Line 1: 3 Harvard Avenue
Address Line 2: Suite 3
Postal Code: 2446
E-Mail Address: BHonoroff@themediationgroup.org
Mobile Email Access:
Phone Number: (617) 277-9232
Fax: (617) 277-1699
Brad Honoroff, J.D.
Brad Honoroff, J.D.
(Harvard), has extensive experience as a mediator, teacher and
consultant. He is a founding partner in The Mediation Group (TMG), a
non-profit firm providing alternative dispute resolution services since
As a principal of TMG, Brad
has mediated well over a thousand cases, including environmental, lead
paint and other toxic torts, commercial, employment, sexual abuse and
harassment, legal and medical malpractice, products liability, family
business, professional and partnership dissolutions, family, health
care, wrongful death, construction, intellectual property and personal
injury disputes. He has particular expertise in mediating highly charged
and complex, multi-party conflicts. He serves on the Massachusetts
Superior Court mediation panels and the Massachusetts Office of Dispute
Resolution Environmental Panel as well as on several national panels.
Brad’s consulting projects
have included work with organizations in conflict as well as designing
dispute resolution systems. He has helped design such systems for the
courts in Massachusetts, public agencies and most recently for health
care organizations. In addition, Brad has designed and conducted
numerous trainings in conflict resolution and negotiation skills for
public and private sector clients including university staffs, the
teachers and school committee of a public school system, medical school
administrators, attorneys, land use planners, health care personnel, and
federal and state agency officials.
Brad also has many years of
experience as a teacher. He was a tenured professor at the University of
Massachusetts/Boston with the Graduate Program in Dispute Resolution
(1987 – 2002) and with the Law Center (1974 – 2002). In addition, he has
been a regular guest lecturer and occasional instructor at Northeastern
Law School since 1992.
He is a member of the
Association for Conflict Resolution, formerly the Society for
Professionals in Dispute Resolution, the Massachusetts Bar, and the U.S.
District Court Bar. He received his B.A. from Harvard College, magna
cum laude, in 1968 and his J.D. from Harvard Law School, cum laude, in
His selected articles include
"System Disorders: Trying to Build Resolution into Managed Care"
(co-authored with Christopher Honeyman),Alternatives, October 2001,
"Mediation, Structured Settlements and Equal Information" Journal of
Massachusetts Academy of Trial Lawyers, 1995; and "Putting Mediation
Skills to the Test" (co-authored with David Matz and David O’Connor),
The Negotiation Journal, 1990. Brad has been named one of Boston’s Best
Lawyers every year since 2006, and a Massachusetts Super Lawyer every
year since 2005.
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