Danielle L. Hargrove

Adjunct Professor

Danielle HargroveDanielle L. Hargrove has been an active mediator since 1996 and arbitrator since 2002, specializing in labor and employment issue resolution, working in both the non-union and union sectors in private and public employment. Danielle is an experienced Neutral who also serves as an Independent Fact Finder, Facilitator, and Hearing Officer.

Danielle’s active nationwide practice includes arbitration, mediation, fact-finding, and other forms of alternative dispute resolution in the private and public sectors. She serves as a permanent arbitrator under public sector collective bargaining agreements and is also an active employment arbitrator, mediator, and fact-finder in the non-union sector.

After serving as an Air Force Assistant Staff Judge Advocate, Danielle L. Hargrove began her private civil practice as a litigator in 1994. She tended to amicably resolve her matters which led to some former opposing counsel asking for her assistance to mediate their employment claims. So, in 1996, Danielle trained to begin her practice as a mediator in Texas. In 2002, she added to her Alternate Dispute Resolution (ADR) practice by becoming an arbitrator. In between two in-house counsel positions, she successfully maintained a vibrant ADR practice, while also training and representing parties on both side of the docket in labor and employment matters. In March 2017, Hargrove began what has become a full time, neutral ADR practice.

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