Eighth Chief Justice Harold G. Clarke Award Presented to John A. Sherrill
Atlanta, GA — The Supreme Court of Georgia Commission on Dispute Resolution (GCDR) and the Dispute Resolution Section of the State Bar of Georgia have awarded the 2021 Chief Justice Harold G. Clarke Award to John A. Sherrill, Esq., in recognition of his outstanding contributions to the field of alternative dispute resolution in Georgia.
John Sherrill accepted the award on Friday, November 19, 2021, during a livestream of the 28th Annual Alternative Dispute Resolution Institute and 2021 Neutrals’ Conference. Upon receiving the award, Mr. Sherrill expressed his appreciation by sharing, “It is a tremendous honor to receive this award. The list of people I have to thank for being my mentors in this field is long, beginning with Abe Ordover from Emory, who introduced me to mediation back in the late 70’s; India Johnson, who recruited me for the AAA panels in the early 80’s; and all of the ADR practitioners and lawyers from whom I have learned over the years. In addition to my ADR practice, I was a trial lawyer in Georgia for over 45 years until I retired from my firm in 2014. Now, I am a full- time arbitrator and mediator. and I can honestly say that my time spent as a neutral helping other people resolve their disputes has been the most rewarding part of my professional career.”
Emeritus Fellow - JOSEPH B. "Josh" STULBERG is the Curent (2019) Recipient
of the ABA Section of Dispute Resolution Award for Outstanding Scholarly Work
The ABA Section of Dispute Resolution Award for Outstanding Scholarly Work honors individuals whose scholarship has significantly contributed to the dispute resolution field.
Nominations should address one or more of the following:
- Nominee has authored a scholarly publication or a body of work exhibiting excellence in research, writing, and analysis.
- Nominee has introduced new concepts in dispute resolution.
- Nominee has embodied “scholarship in action” for a collective body of work that brings theory to practice in developing (for example) laws, uniform acts, codes of conduct, protocols, competitions, or new programs and services over a sustained period of time.
Professor Joseph B. “Josh” Stulberg, the Michael E. Moritz Chair in Alternative Dispute Resolution at The Ohio State University Mortiz College of Law, is the 2019 recipient of the ABA Section of Dispute Resolution’s Award for Outstanding Scholarly Work. This award honors individuals whose scholarship has contributed significantly to the field of dispute resolution.
Prof. Roger Fisher
Denny C. Galis
J. Bert Grandoff
Hon. H. Warren Knight
Prof. Francis E. McGovern
Hon. Pamela L. Reeves
Melvin A. "Mel" Rubin
Prof. Frank E.A. Sander