Laurence Christensen

Laurence Christensen earned his BA degree in philosophy from the Athenaeum of Ohio and graduated from Emory University School of Law in 1976. He has practiced law in the areas of social security disability, workers’ compensation, and personal injury, bringing thirty years of experience to the mediation table. Mr. Christensen has written numerous articles and frequently speaks at Georgia and national ICLE seminars.

Mr. Christensen trained was a mediator at the American Arbitration Association as well as Resolution Resources. In 1993, he introduced mediation into his law practice and subsequently founded Georgia Mediation Services in 1995. He specializes in mediating workers’ compensation cases. He is a registered neutral with the Georgia Office of Dispute Resolution, a member of the Alternative Dispute Resolution sections of the American and Georgia bars, as well as a member of the Cobb County Mediators Association.


C. Lawrence Jewett

Lawrence Jewett earned his BA degree from Emory University in 1962 and graduated from Emory University School of Law in 1964 where he was a member of the Bryan Scholastic Honor Society. Mr. Jewett is a member of the Georgia Trial Lawyers Association, Atlanta Bar Association, Georgia Bar Association and American Trial Lawyers Association. For the past forty years he has concentrated his practice in representing plaintiffs in personal injury actions where he has tried to conclusion hundreds of jury cases. He has also represented claimants in numerous workers' compensation cases.

Mr. Jewett has completed comprehensive mediation training with both Resolution Resources and Henning Mediation. He is registered as a neutral by the Georgia Office of Dispute Resolution.


Charles A. Mobley

was awarded a BA degree in history as well as a Juris Doctorate degree from Mercer University and its Law School and an LLM degree in Taxation from Emory University Law School. He has practiced law in the areas of personal injury, workers’ compensation and disability law for 40 years, representing both claimants and insurers.

For eight years Mr. Mobley served as an Administrative Law Judge with the Trial Division of the Georgia State Board of Workers’ Compensation where he presided over and successfully mediated settlements in numerous claims which would have otherwise required a judge to decide.

Mr. Mobley trained as a mediator and arbitrator at both Resolution Resources and Henning Mediation, and is a registered neutral with the Georgia Office of Dispute Resolution.

An Eagle Scout, Mr. Mobley was honorably discharged from the United States Army in 1974. He is a member of the State Bar of Georgia, Atlanta Bar Association, Mountain Circuit Bar Association and the Lawyers Club of Atlanta. He is engaged as a practicing attorney and mediator throughout Georgia, specializing in workers’ compensation claims.