Programs for Law Firms

About Stewart L. Levine, Esq.

Stewart Levine is the founder of ResolutionWorks, a consulting and training organization dedicated to providing skills and ways of thinking needed to build strong organizational cultures. He spent ten years practicing law before becoming an award-winning marketing executive at AT&T where he was recognized as a pioneer “intrapreneur.” He uses his approach to form teams and joint ventures in a variety of situations. Organizations he has worked for in the United States and abroad include American Express; Chevron; ConAgra; Deloitte Consulting; Kaiser; EDS; Honda; NASA; Oracle; Safeco; University of San Francisco; Washington DC Corporate Counsel; and the U.S. Depts. of Agriculture, EPA, Navy, and Treasury.


Stewart serves on the Council of the American Bar Association Law Practice Management Section where he was Chair of the Education Board 2000-2003. He was featured in an article about “Trend Setters” in the Legal Profession. His book “Getting to Resolution: Turning Conflict into Collaboration” (Berrett-Koehler 1998) was called “a must-read” by Law Practice Management Magazine. It was an Executive Book Club Selection; Featured by Executive Book Summaries; named one of the 30 Best Business Books of1998; endorsed by Dr. Stephen Covey, author of “Seven Habits of Highly Effective People” and featured in “The Futurist” magazine. The Book of Agreement” (Berrett-Koehler 2003) has been called more practical than the classic “Getting to Yes”, and named among the best books of 2003 by CEO Refresher. He is a frequent contributor to Legal Publications.


Stewart is an Honors graduate of Rutgers Law School where he was the Student Writing Editor of the Law Review. He served as a Deputy Attorney General for the State of New Jersey and was a Law and Humanities Fellow at Temple Law School where he was a law teacher.

Samples of Programs for Law Firms

Beyond Looking Back for the Answers

Yesterday’s solutions will not handle today’s challenges; and here’ a way to retool your adversarial mind-set so you can really serve clients.

  • Regaining control of your mind
  • Accessing the most powerful supercomputer
  • Thinking like a businessperson
  • Standing in your clients' shoes
  • Beyond win/lose – are you ready?

Skills Every Lawyer Needs

Widen the potential to serve by broadening your skills so you can give them what they want


  • Secrets of power negotiating
  • Listening from the reservoir within
  • Real-Time Communication
  • “How to Argue and Win Every Time”

Becoming a Resolutionary

How to get in and get out quickly without getting tripped in the bramble bush that is the legal system

  • Beyond Justice
  • Letting Go of Attachment
  • Taking Care of Others to Get Taken Care Of

Getting to Resolution

Conflicts cost organizations billions of dollars each year in diminished productivity and litigation fees, plus the emotional drain and the loss of trust in essential relationships. Most people avoid dealing with conflict until it is acute because they never learned how to get to the core of the matter and create win/win from all viewpoints.

  • Identifying the real costs of conflict
  • The Cycle of Resolution
  • Learning the Seven Steps to Resolution
  • Developing the Attitude of Resolution

The Effective Leader

Leaders create the context in which others thrive. Learn how to:

  • Tap the natural genius of those you work with
  • Resolve ambiguity
  • Communicate effectively
  • Inspire and motivate

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ResolutionWorks is a consulting and training organization dedicated to providing skills and ways of thinking needed to build strong organizational cultures in all types of working environments. It is also a public resource for individuals, and organizations who wish to create powerful, sustainable collaborations and partnerships. This website provides a variety of instructional methods in a wide variety of media formats. Become part of a growing and thriving community!

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