Lori Adelson

HR Law PRO provides workplace law and alternate dispute resolution services, including but not limited to, mediation, arbitration, and neutral fact finding services. We understand the financial and emotional burdens of drawn-out lawsuits, and where possible, we try to steer a clear path toward a beneficial resolution. Many employment and business disputes are best resolved outside the courtroom. Our strategies at HR Law PRO not only help you meet your needs to solve legal issues efficiently and cost-effectively, that our strategies are good for business as well.

HR Law PRO is focused on workplace law solutions for businesses. We concentrate on helping business owners with practical, cost-effective solutions without litigation that include:

  • Employment
  • Labor Law
  • Contract
  • Business
  • Non-Compete

Managing employees is a challenging task, even for experienced employers that take care to follow best employment practices. Regardless of your business size or your legal exposure, having a firm like HR Law PRO on your side to help you with workplace law compliance, training, and conflict resolution can mean the difference between your business’ failure or success.

Conflict Resolution, Mediator & Arbitrator

Ms. Adelson brings her vast experience and skills as a Florida Supreme Court Certified Civil Circuit, United States District Court Southern and Middle District Certified mediator and neutral fact-finder in the areas of labor, employment, business, and contract disputes. Ms. Adelson is very conversant in the concerns of both plaintiffs and defendants, as well as both employers and employees. Ms. Adelson is especially effective with hostile and litigious parties because of her over 20 years of state and federal litigation and trial experience as a lawyer handling employment law, discrimination, civil rights, labor law and business dispute cases.

Ms. Adelson is a creative thinker and has a proven track record of negotiating and resolving these types of cases. An employment law, labor or business dispute can easily take two to seven years to wind its way through the courts. Mediation has the potential to be completed in a day. Effective mediation of employment, labor and business law disputes has the potential to provide what the courtroom cannot which Ms. Adelson calls the three Cs:

  • Cost-effectiveness
  • Certainty
  • Closure


  • Hofstra University Maurice A. Dean School of Law School
  • University of Michigan


  • Florida Bar, Labor & Employment Law section
  • Florida Bar, ADR Executive Council
  • Alternative Dispute Resolution section
  • Broward County Bar Association, Labor & Employment and Alternative Dispute Resolution section
  • Federal Bar Association, Labor and Employment section
  • Florida Association of Women Lawyers
  • Broward County Women’s Lawyers’ Association
  • Florida Academy of Professional Mediators
  • National Arbitration and Mediation


  • Florida Supreme Court Qualified Arbitrator
  • Florida Supreme Court Certified Civil Circuit Mediator
  • United States District Court Southern District of Florida Certified Mediator


  • Association of South Florida Mediators and Arbitrators (ASFMA)
  • National Association of Mediators (NAM)
  • Society for Human Resources Management (SHRM)
  • Human Resources Association of Broward County (HRABC)
  • Hospitality Human Resources Association of Broward County (HHRABC)
  • University of Michigan Alumni Association
  • Hofstra Law Alumni Association


  • Broward County Bar Association
  • National Association of Women Lawyers
  • Broward County Women Lawyers Association – Labor & Employment Section Member
  • Florida Bar Association – Labor & Employment & Alternate Dispute Resolution Section Member


  • Executive Council of the Alternate Dispute Resolution Section of the Florida Bar, Emeritus
  • Board of Director of the Broward County Federal Bar Association
  • Board of Governors of the Greater Fort Lauderdale Chamber of Commerce Downtown Council
  • Board of Directors of Riverwalk Fort Lauderdale
  • Civil Service Board for the City of Fort Lauderdale
  • Board of Directors of the Jewish Federation of Broward County

Areas Of Expertise

  • Civil Rights
  • Employment
  • Wage and Hour
  • Discrimination and Harassment
  • Workplace Compliance
  • Federal Practice
  • Workplace Law Mediation
  • Statutory Compliance
  • OSHA, Workers’ Compensation
  • Business and Employment Contracts

Special Designation

  • Attorney - Juris Doctorate

Areas Of Certification

  • FL Supreme Court Certified Circuit Civil & County Mediator
  • FL Supreme Court Qualified Arbitrator
  • Southern District of Florida Certified Mediator
  • Middle District of Florida Certified Mediator
  • AAA Affiliated Mediator


401 East Las Olas Boulevard Suite 1400
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301




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