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Randall Butler
Butler Mediation Services

5590 Stonewall Place
Boulder, CO 80303
Phone: 7135722600
Email: randall@butlermediation.com
Other URL http://butlermediation.com

In September 2016, Randall (Randy) Butler became a permanent resident of Boulder, CO, where he and his wife moved to be closer to his youngest daughter and her growing family.  He has been the sole proprietor of Butler Mediation Services since 1995. Formerly a partner in the law firms of Fulbright & Jaworski, L.L.P., and Cook, Butler & Doyle, LLP, Mr. Butler practiced for eighteen years as a trial lawyer. He began his mediation practice in October of 1995 and has completed over 200 hours of mediation and negotiation training with the Attorney Mediator Institute, the Harvard Negotiation Project, the Institute for Christian Conciliation, and the Association for Conflict Resolution.  On January 1, 1999, Mr. Butler left Cook, Butler & Doyle, LLP to focus full time on mediation, conflict transformation, and peacemaking. He has helped resolve over 2000 disputes involving individuals, small businesses, and Fortune 500 companies.  Mr. Butler is a long-standing member of the Association for Attorney Mediators and served as president of the Houston Chapter of the Association for Conflict Resolution in 2010.

His passion for conflict transformation took him to the Balkans twelve times over a period of ten years where he helped lead the ROM Leadership Development & Peace Gathering, an indigenous transformational leadership development and peace-building program involving over 700 young leaders from all of the region's ethnic and national groups.  His experience there led him to found The Institute for Sustainable Peace (ISP) in 2007 while continuing his mediation practice in Houston.    He led the ISP team in the design and/or facilitation of Transformational Leadership Workshops for over 200 activists and leaders in the Sudanese/South Sudanese Diaspora and from Sudan, Darfur, and South Sudan.  He has also designed and facilitated numerous civic engagement and dialogue projects in the Houston and Dallas regions including Connecting Communities, in partnership with Rice University’s Kinder Institute for Urban Research, the Jewish/Muslim/Christian Dialogue Group with Interfaith Ministries for Greater Houston, and the Synod of the Sun of the Presbyterian Church USA.

Recognition of his work includes membership in the Bar Register of Preeminent Lawyers, “AV”-rating: Martindale-Hubbell since 1985, the 2010 Julie and Ben Rogers Ecumenism Award of the Anti-Defamation League – Southwest Region, the 2011 Garland R. Walker Inn of Court Award for Attorney Professionalism, and inclusion in U.S. News-Best Lawyers for Mediation & Arbitration.

Practice Areas

  • Business
  • Civil Matters
  • Community
  • Construction
  • Employment Issues
  • Healthcare
  • Insurance
  • Personal Injury/Product Liability
  • Real Estate

Additional Professional Services

  • Facilitator