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  1. Family: 34%
    16 years
  2. Mediation: 33%
  3. Divorce: 33%

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Lee-Messer Greenberg Wanderman, LLP

51 East Campbell Avenue
Suite 101-D
Campbell, CA, 95008

Lee-Messer Greenberg Wanderman, LLP

1900 S. Norfolk Street
Suite 350
San Mateo, CA, 94403-1171



MOGood Standing, Active200001/08/2013
We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.
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Award nameGrantorDate granted
Rising StarNorthern California Super Lawyers2014
Rising StarNorthern California Super Lawyers2013
Rising StarNorthern California Super Lawyers2012
Rising StarNorthern California Super Lawyers2011
Rising StarNorthern California Super Lawyers2010
Rising StarNorthern California Super Lawyers2009
Association namePosition nameDuration
Collaborative Practice Silicon ValleyPresident-Elect2015 - Present
Collaborative Practice Silicon ValleyBoard Member2011 - Present
Collaborative Practice Silicon ValleyMember2008 - Present
San Mateo County Bar Association Women Lawyers' SectionBoard Member2007 - Present
Collaborative Practice San Mateo CountyMember2007 - Present
San Mateo County Bar Association Family Law SectionMember2005 - Present
American Bar AssociationMember1999 - Present
San Mateo County Bar Association, Women Lawyers SectionChair2012 - 2012
San Mateo County Bar Association Women Lawyers' SectionVice-Chair2011 - 2011
San Mateo County Bar Association, Women Lawyers SectionTreasurer2010 - 2010
Collaborative Practice San Mateo CountyCo-chair2009 - 2010
Collaborative Practice San Mateo CountyBoard Member2009 - 2011
School nameMajorDegreeGraduated
Washington University School of LawLawJD - Juris Doctor1999
Carnegie Mellon UniversityPolicy and ManagementB.S.1996
Speaking engagements
Conference nameTitleDate
Collaborative Practice California Celebration IVLinguistic Sexism in Collaborative Practice2009