Roger Moss is Mediation Counsel for the Conflict Intervention Service, an innovative project intended to reduce evictions in San Francisco’s supportive housing communities. CIS is funded by a grant from the Mayor’s Office of Housing and Community Development, and is operated by the Bar Association of San Francisco.
Following graduation from UC Berkeley and Hastings College of the Law, Roger worked in the commercial real estate industry in negotiation and executive roles. He has managed landlord tenant conflict in the nation’s most culturally diverse environments, including San Francisco, Manhattan, Los Angeles, and Honolulu.
As an executive and mediator, Roger has studied the effects of addiction and behavioral health challenges on group dynamics. Roger shares this experience as a volunteer with the lawyer assistance programs of the California and Washington State Bar Associations.
Since 2012, Roger’s private practice has focused on mediation, negotiation consulting, and ADR project management. He co-founded the Napa Mediation Center and established a mediation panel for the King County Bar Association, before joining the CIS initiative.
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