Todd D. Gardner, JD/MBA, Director of Intermountain Mediation Center, is an attorney, mediator, coach, trainer, organizational consultant, adjunct professor, musician, author/blogger.

He began his legal career in 1991, as a criminal defense attorney after graduating from Pepperdine University School of Law. He was a member of the Federal Criminal Justice Act Panel and Conflicts Counsel for Legal Defenders of Utah. He has defended and negotiated hundreds of criminal cases ranging from simple misdemeanors to aggravated felonies. In 1999, he re-focused his practice more fully into alternate dispute resolution.

He has a Masters of Business Administration from Westminster College with an emphasis on organizational development. He has taught at Westminster as an adjunct professor and developed curriculum. He was awarded outstanding professor for the program in 1995.

He has extensive experience in ADR, including mediation and arbitration and attends the Straus Institute for continued advanced training. He participated in the United Nations Conference on Climate Change (COP15) in Copenhagen with Mediators Beyond Borders in 2009.

He is a professional jazz musician and currently plays drums in the JD Moffat Quartet. He uses music as a vehicle in explaining conflict resolution. He enjoys immersing himself in different cultures and looks forward to serving in any capacity that he is useful.

Intermountain Mediation Center resolves disputes involving divorce, personal injury, medical malpractice, wills and trusts, real estate, employment, workplace, and environmental issues. Intermountain Mediation Center is friendly, responsive and affordable. Call us today at (801) 424-3451 for a free assessment on how we can help you move beyond your conflict.


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