William S. Stancil (Attorney at Law) ADMINISTRATIVE LAW JUDGE (Ret.) Back to Judges
William S. Stancil, Esq., has varied legal experience representing clients in general civil litigation matters in the metropolitan Washington, D.C. area. William has been awarded the prestigious honor of the Reginald Heber Smith Community Lawyer Fellow. He has contributed his skills serving the legal aide society with the New York State Attorney General’s Office. He has served as the Managing Director of the paralegal programs with the National Farmworker Paralegal Training Program and then went on to become Director of the Intensive Skills Program at Antioch School of Law but most notably William accepted a post as Administrative Law Judge with the District of Columbia. William holds a Juries Doctor degree from New York University School of Law. He is admitted to the District of Columbia Bar, the State of Virginia Bar and the United States Supreme Court Bar. He holds certifications as an Arbitrator with the Better Business Bureau and Equal Employment Opportunity Mediator with the District of Columbia. He actively volunteers his legal acumen with the Los Angeles County Bar Association Center for Civic Mediation and the Los Angeles County Bar Immigration Legal Assistance Project. In addition, William is the founder of the Conflict Resolution Consultancy located in Los Angeles, California. Through consulting services and direct application of alternative dispute resolution methods, Conflict Resolution Consultancy assists its clients in avoiding the cost, delay and uncertainty of litigation by reaching tranquil outcomes to disputes and conflicts. This accomplishment has earned him a respected reputation as a leader in dispute resolution and mediation.
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