Carolynn Clark (Formerly Carolynn Camp)
Clark Mediation
50 West Broadway
SLC, UT 84101

Phone: 801-518-2574
Email: info@clark-mediation.com
Other URL http://www.clark-mediation.com
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Carolynn Clark (formerly Carolynn Camp) has been mediating since 2002 and is a Master Mediator and Domestic Mentor on the Utah Court Roster of Mediators. Ms. Clark conducts a mediation practice specializing in the area of divorce and family mediation. She has conducted thousands of hours of mediation focusing on divorce, custody and parenting disputes, property division, and other related issues. Ms. Clark conducts mediations in Salt Lake and Utah County, and in other places around the State of Utah.

Practice Areas
- Child Custody & Parenting Plans - Divorce
- Employment - Health Law & Elder Care
- Probate & Estates


Background
Ms. Clark received her formal training in mediation at the J. Reuben Clark Law School while completing her law degree. After completing a judicial clerkship with the Utah Supreme Court and working for several years as a litigator at the law firm of Ray Quinney & Nebeker in Salt Lake City, Ms. Clark completed a Master of Laws in mediation at Pepperdine University’s Straus Institute for Dispute Resolution. Ms. Clark also currently teaches and oversees the Conflict Resolution Graduate Certificate Program offered through the University of Utah’s Department of Communication. Prior to taking over as director of the Conflict Resolution Program, Ms. Clark instructed and administrated the basic mediation curriculum at the BYU Law School. Ms. Clark is a member of the Utah Judicial Committee for Alternative Dispute Resolution, and is also listed on the professional roster at Utah Dispute Resolution in Salt Lake City where she regularly volunteers her time for low-income clients.

Education/Training
2000 - BS Communication - University of Utah
2003 - JD - Brigham Young University
2009 - LLM Alternative Dispute Resolution - Pepperdine University
Current director of Conflict Resolution Graduate Certificate Program at the University or Utah
Former faculty member in charge of mediation curriculum at BYU's J. Reuben Clark Law School

Fee Information
$180/hr - (split equally between the parties, unless agreed otherwise).
Ms. Clark is also a participant in the modest means program and offers discounts, particularly for those parties who are willing to have a student observer attend the mediation session.



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