Academy Member Inducted 2014Map & Directions
- Practice Commenced2007
- # of MEDS (as of 3/10/23)1500
- # of ARBS (as of 3/10/23)125
Online / In-Person
Since retiring from the bench in 2007, Judge Morrill has been in fulltime ADR practice. He has mediated over 1500 cases, covering a wide array of civil disputes
During Judge Morrill's time on the New Hampshire Superior Court, he presided over thousands of jury and non-jury trials, winning the "Award for Judicial Excellence" accolade in 1999.
- ADA Disability
- Arts (Fine/Performing)
- Banking & Finance
- Business Dissolution
- Civil Rights
- Community Associations
- Consumer Fraud
- Contract Disputes
- Debt Collections
- Eminent Domain
- Family Businesses
- Land Use/Planning
- Legal Malpractice
- Libel & Slander
- Local Govt./Municipalities
- Medical Malpractice
- Mortgage Foreclosure
- Non-profit Organizations
- Nursing Homes
- Personal Injury
- Premises Liability
- Product Liability
- Professional Fees
- Professional Liability
- Professional Malpractice
- Professional Negligence
- Property Damage
- Real Estate
- Sexual Harassment
- Shareholder Disputes
- Title Disputes
- Trusts / Estates
- Venture Capital
- Wrongful Death
- 1974 J.D. University of Pennsylvania Law School, President, Sharswood Law Club.
- 1971 B.A. (Honors) Victoria University, Wellington, NZ, Rotary Foundation Fellow.
- 1970 B.A. (cum laude) Harvard College.
- Advanced Mediation Programs for Commercial Mediators, Advanced Commercial Mediation Institute, Commercial Section of Assoc. for Conflict Resolution in collaboration with American Arbitration Assoc., September 24 & 25, 2008.
- Mediating the Litigated Case, Straus Institute for Dispute Resolution, Pepperdine University College of Law, August 22-27, 2005.
- Mediator Skill-Building Training, Professor Lela P. Love, Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law and Professor Jeffrey Stulberg, Ohio State University School of Law, June 8-10, 2005.
- Mediation Seminars, N.H. Superior Court.
- Advanced Mediation Workshop, Professor Lela P. Love, Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, April 10, 2007.
- Arbitration Fundamentals and Best Practices, American Arbitration Association, February 26 & 27, 2008.
- N.H. Super. Ct. R. 170 Refresher Training, Melinda S. Gehris, Hess Gehris Solutions, Peter Y. Wolfe, Roundtable Mediation, May 20, 2008.
Memberships & Affiliations
- Association for Conflict Resolution
First four (4) hours and Minimum Charge: For a two-party mediation: $800 per party. For a three-party mediation: $600 per party. For a four or more-party mediation: $2000 split equally among the parties. This minimum fee covers the first four (4) hours.
Subsequent hours: After the initial four (4) hours my hourly rate is $400 per hour for a two-party mediation and $450 per hour for three or more parties.
Travel: Travel in excess of two (2) hours roundtrip is billed at the rate of $100 per hour.
Rescheduling/Cancellations: There is no charge for rescheduling a mediation. There is no charge for canceling a mediation if done at least 10 days prior to the scheduled date. Otherwise, there is a $400 per party cancellation fee. If the mediator is able to substitute another mediation, there is no cancellation fee.