Elizabeth Pollina Donlon has been mediating for several years, and has experience in a wide range of mediation-related activities. She has mediated contested estate, trust & guardianship matters, pubic accommodations (ADA Title III) cases, and small claims cases, as well as family, school and community disputes, and has served as a mediation advocate in employment-related (Title VII, ADA, and ADEA) disputes.

  • Part 146-certified mediator.
  • Mediator, Queens County’s Community Mediation Services (CMS).
  • Mediator, Nassau, Suffolk & Queens County Surrogate’s Courts’ mediation rosters.
  • Mediator, Nassau County Bar Association (NCBA) Mediation Panel.
  • Past Chair, NCBA Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) Committee (2013-15).
  • Project co-coordinator and mediator, NCBA Court-Referred Guardianship Mediation Pilot Project. NCBA ADR Committee (Chair, 2013-2015)
  • Pro bono mediation advocate, EDNY Mediation Advocacy Program.
  • Mediator, SDNY roster for ADA Title III (brick & mortar cases).
  • 40+ years as trusts & estates attorney (AV-rated Preeminent), representing clients, both as an advocate and as a Part 36 appointee (i.e., guardian ad litem in Surrogate’s Court proceedings, and as counsel for AIP and as court evaluator in MHL Article 81 proceedings. NCBA Surrogate’s Court, Trusts & Estates (Chair, 1998-2000)