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Background Education | Experience | Associations and Philanthropy


Joyce I. Craig

Education

  • Los Angeles County Bar Association Civic Mediation Project
  • Panel

  • University of California at Los Angeles Law School
  • Juris Doctor (J.D.), 1984
  • Bet Tzedek Legal Services (mediation of disputes, advocacy in landlord tenant cases, assisting clients with process of obtaining social services and benefits)
  • UCLAW Clinical Program Services, Deposition Skills under Professor David Binder, (1983-1988)

  • University of California at Berkeley
  • Bachelor of Arts in Social Welfare, 1975
  • Phi Beta Kappa and Women’s Mortar Board Honors Society
  • Volunteer Jewish Home for the Aged in San Francisco, providing social work services to residents, (1973-1975)

  • Pepperdine University's Straus Institute for Dispute Resolution
  • Elder Care Mediation

  • Los Angeles County Bar Association/Center for Civic Mediation
  • Panel Mediator
  • Basic Mediation Course
  • Ken Cloke Mediation Course

Experience

  • JOYCE I. CRAIG, A PROFESSIONAL CORPORATION

  • SELVIN & WEINER, A PROFESSIONAL CORPORATION, Of Counsel
  • Focuses on Health Care Law, Commercial Litigation and Family Disputes, and Business Counseling, including employment law compliance (see swlawyers.com), 1986-present

  • HAYUTIN, RUBINROIT, PRAW & KUPIETSKY, A LAW FIRM
  • (merged with Sidley Austin) Focused entirely on Commercial Litigation, 1984-1986

  • MEMEL, JACOBS, PIERNO, GERSH & ELLSWORTH
  • Summer Associate in Commercial Litigation Department, 1983

Associations and Philanthropy

  • Co-Founder: Advocacy Alliance for Aging Patients with Margit L. Craig
  • Co-Founder: Margit L. Craig Scholarship Fund for Gerontological Studies through National Council of Jewish Women
  • Supporter: UCLA Foundation, Luskin School, UCLA Athletics, UCLA Center for East-West Medicine, Vista Del Mar, Jewish Home for the Aged, Guardians, FORCE (previvors and survivors), LACMA, Skirball, LA Phil/Hollywood Bowl, Westside Jewish Community Center, Southern California Mediators Association, Center for Civic Mediation (LA County Bar Association), Beverly Hills Bar Association Dispute Resolution Section

Kathryn M. Stanton

Education

  • University of Southern California Law Center
  • Juris Doctor (J.D.), 1989
  • Journal of Law and the Environment, 1988

  • California Court of Appeal, Fourth District, Division 3
  • Summer Judicial Internship, 1987

  • University of California at Berkeley
  • Bachelor of Arts in English Literature, 1984

Experience

  • KATHRYN M. STANTON, A PROFESSIONAL CORPORATION
  • of counsel to Selvin & Weiner, APC 2004-present
  • and representing clients in areas of Health Care Law, Trusts and Estates, Civil Litigation and General Business Advice

  • SELVIN & WEINER, A PROFESSIONAL CORPORATION
  • Focuses on Health Care Law, Trusts and Estates, Real Property Law, Business and Civil Litigation and Business Counseling, and Family Disputes, including marital dissolutions, marital agreements, and probate litigation, 1988-present

  • BEVERLY HILLS BAR ASSOCIATION
  • Volunteer Arbitrator with the State Bar Attorney Fee Arbitration Program