Bill Logue is a West Hartford based independent mediator, facilitator, consensus builder, trainer and consultant to individuals, groups, associations, corporations, law firms, foundations and public organizations.  He has helped creatively craft agreements that build relationships and promote practical solutions to difficult problems. Bill has worked in the field of conflict resolution since 1986 in the public and private sector. He is a graduate of Brown University and the University of Connecticut School of Law and is admitted to practice law in Connecticut and Massachusetts.

Bill frequently mediates employment, workplace, commercial, construction and other matters.  He has designed and lead conflict resolution training programs for organizations including the Connecticut Judicial Branch Housing Mediation Unit, the Connecticut Commission on Human Rights and Opportunities, Massachusetts Department of Mental Retardation and Department of Capital Asset Management, and the National Association of Attorneys General among others. Bill contributed three chapters to the Mediation Practice Book published in 2001 and was a regular contributing columnist on ADR to the Connecticut Law Tribune for several years.

Bill’s public policy consensus building and facilitation work has included projects with numerous state and federal agencies and stakeholder groups. He teaches negotiation and representation in mediation as an Adjunct Professor at Quinnipiac Law School where he is also Senior Fellow and Director of Training Programs and co-director of the Connecticut Agricultural Mediation Program. Bill also consults to foundations, nonprofits and public sector organizations on conflict resolution, collaboration, strategic and programming planning, and feasibility analysis and program evaluation. 

Bill is past chair of the Connecticut Bar Association Alternative Dispute Resolution Section and past Co-Chair of the Standing Committee on Dispute Resolution in the Courts, he is a past President of the New England Chapter of the Association for Conflict Resolution, a panelist with the Connecticut Department of Education, the United States Postal Service and a Senior Affiliate Practitioner with the Massachusetts Office of Public Collaboration. He is Chair of the Connecticut Bar Foundation James Cooper Fellows and a Fellow of the American Bar Foundation.