Jacqueline Hagerott is the manager of the Dispute Resolution Section in the Supreme Court of Ohio where she serves as the mediator for the Supreme Court litigants; consults with and advises judges, court personnel, and government officials regarding dispute resolution process design, program planning, implementation and evaluation; and drafts rules and legislation related to dispute resolution. Her experience includes the practice of law, an associate deanship, curriculum design, and dispute resolution. Her academic degrees include an AAS in business management, a BS in accounting, a JD, and LLM in business with a concentration in dispute resolution. She is licensed to practice in the State of Ohio, the US District Court for the Southern District of Ohio, and the Supreme Court of the US. She is the author of: Foreclosure Mediation: Responding to the Current Crisis, 40 CAP. U. L. REV. 908-32 (2012). She is a national speaker and trainer on the topics of dispute resolution systems design, foreclosure mediation, preparing clients for mediation, creating local court autonomy while balancing statewide interests, working the pro se litigants, and what stakeholders want and need—courts and neutrals. She served as the Chair of the Ohio State Bar Association Dispute Resolution Committee from 2007-2012 and has been an adjunct faculty member for Franklin University since 2006.