Ellen Zweibel

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Ellen Zweibel
Full Professor

LL.M. Taxation
Denver University, 1981
uris Doctorate, cum laude, Brooklyn Law School, 1974
Bachelor of Arts, cum laude, State University of New York at Stony Brook, 1970
Bar Admissions: New York State, 1975, and Colorado, 1977
non-active status Roster Mediator, Ontario Mandatory Mediation Program- Ottawa/Toronto B.A

Room: 57 Louis Pasteur St., Room 339
Office: 613-562-5800 ext. 3303
Office: 613-562-5124
Work E-mail: Ellen.Zweibel@uOttawa.ca

Ellen Zweibel

Biography

Prior to coming to the law school in 1983, Professor Zweibel was a Staff Attorney, U.S. Federal Trade Commission(NYC 1974-1977); a Lawyer-Partner at Roper, Lief, Zweibel & Mains, (Boulder 1977-1981) and a U.S. Tax Consultant and legal assistant for Daley, Black & Moreira, (Halifax 1981-1983). Her professional training in conflict resolution negotiation, mediation and dispute resolution systems design and collaborative processes for public policy disputes includes courses at CDR Associates,(Boulder); CIIAN (Ottawa) and Harvard Law School (Boston). She teaches Income Tax, Property, and several Alternative Dispute Resolution courses.

Recent Professional Activities: Professor Zweibel is a frequently invited speaker, and trainer in alternative dispute resolution and mediation. She serves on the Dispute Resolution Fund Committee, Dept of Justice, Canada, Local Mediation Committee, Ontario Court (Gen.Div.) Ottawa -Carleton and the Child Support Advisory Committee, Dept of Justice, Canada


Course

  • CML 3204 Taxation
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