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Carolyn M. Westberg

Carolyn M. Westberg

Croessmann & Westberg

33 years of experience

Arbitration & Mediation, Business Law



Carolyn Westberg chairs the firm's Alternative Dispute Resolution practice. Carolyn has participated in hundreds of mediations and arbitrations and often serves as a mediator or arbitrator. Carolyn's practice is now devoted primarily to commercial, business and employment disputes, including resolving internal management and relationship issues within a business or organizational context. In addition, she assists organizations in setting-up alternative dispute resolution processes that will allow commonly occurring disputes with customers or stakeholders to be resolved in a positive atmosphere. For more information about our mediator and arbitrator services contact us online. Prior to joining the firm, Carolyn helped start the Real Justice Program for Fauquier County, Virginia through the Piedmont Dispute Resolution Center. This program used innovative techniques to offer first offending youth the opportunity to accept accountability for the consequences of their actions and provide victims with a substantive voice in sentencing alternatives. She also worked in conjunction with the Peacemakers Ministry, an organization dedicated to resolving disputes through conciliatory avenues such as conflict coaching, mediation and arbitration. She developed, taught and co-authored a text book and teacher's guide for On Trial, a law related educational curriculum for high school students which includes the participation of the students in a mock trial held before a sitting Judge in an actual courtroom. Further, she served as a lobbyist and Media Spokesperson, providing legislative policy analysis and extensive research on the Washington State Surrogacy Bill. Representative Cases: -Assisting an A/E firm in resolving issues between the architectural and engineering departments. -Mediating a wrongful termination claim between a school and its principal. -Reconciliation of issues between a pastor and his church. -Arbitrating a breach of contract case involving employment discrimination. Admissions, Licenses & Certifications: -Washington State Bar -Virginia Mediation Certification (inactive) -Virginia Family Court Mediation Certification (inactive) -Real Justice Certification -Victim-Witness Certification -Domestic Violence Certification View More ›


Rates, Retainers and Additional Information 35-250 per hour

Practice Area

Arbitration & Mediation
Business Arbitration, Consumer Arbitration, Family Arbitration,
Business Law
Business Contracts, Business Dissolution, Business Finance, Business Formation, Business Litigation, Franchising, Mergers & Acquisitions, Partnership & Shareholder Disputes,


English: Spoken, Written

Professional Experience

Croessmann & Westberg


Seattle University School of Law


Seattle University School of Law
University of Oregon

University of Oregon
Oregon State University

Oregon State University


Outstanding Young Women of America Award
Outstanding Young Women of America
American Jurisprudence Award, Street Law (Teaching Position)
American Jurisprudence Award, Torts
American Jurisprudence Award, Criminal Law Investigation
American Jurisprudence Award, Adjudicatory Phase

Professional Associations

Washington State Bar # 18746


1989 - Current

Washington State Bar  # 18746

Websites & Blogs

Carolyn M. Westberg's Website Profile

Social Media


Croessmann & Westberg
8000 Towers Crescent Dr #1575 Vienna, VA 22182
Telephone: (703) 483-3550

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