Georgia-Pacific's ADR Program: A Critical Review After 10 Years - Dispute Resolution Journal - Vol. 60, No. 2

Phillip M. Armstrong
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4 pages
May, 2005
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Principal Counsel for Litigation and ADR at Georgia-Pacific Corporation, Phillip M. Armstrong is a member of the ADR Sections of the American Bar Association, and the Georgia, Atlanta and Kentucky Bar Associations. He previously chaired the Atlanta Bar’s ADR Section and is the current secretary of the Georgia State Bar’s ADR Section. He sits on the executive committee of the CPR Institute for Conflict Resolution, on the board of directors for GPC Credit Association, and the board of trustees for Cumberland College. Mr. Armstrong also is an adjunct faculty member at the law schools of Georgia State and Emory Universities where he teaches ADR. His pro bono activities include service on the Atlanta Bar’s ADR Peer Mediation Committee and the ABA’s ADR mentoring program.