Andrea Harum-Schiavoni

Town Justice
Andrea Harum Schiavoni

Andrea Harum-Schiavoni

Having developed an appreciation for the usefulness of mediation within the judicial system and the necessary skills to work as an expert neutral, Schiavoni changed the focus of Harum and Harum in 2001 exclusively to that of alternative dispute resolution, working as a mediator and arbitrator from offices in Miami, Florida and Sag Harbor, New York.

Having clerked during law school for Florida State Attorney, Janet Reno, in the Narcotics Division, for Chief Juvenile Court Judge William Gladstone in Miami and for the Los Angeles County Public Defender’s Office, Andrea Harum Schiavoni began as a civil litigator at her family’s veteran, workers compensation firm, and she became president of Harum & Harum, P.A., upon the death of her father in October of 1997. As part of her practice, Schiavoni represented hundreds of clients in mediation as required in all civil suits in the state of Florida before a trial date can be set. Having developed an appreciation for the usefulness of mediation within the judicial system and the necessary skills to work as an expert neutral, Schiavoni changed the focus of Harum and Harum in 2001 exclusively to that of alternative dispute resolution, working as a mediator and arbitrator from offices in Miami, Florida and Sag Harbor, New York.

In 2008, Andrea Schiavoni was elected to serve as Southampton Town Justice and in 2010 was appointed as the first Sag Harbor Village Justice in decades. Judge Schiavoni continues her work on both of these benches and still maintains her private mediation practice of Harum and Harum, as a highly respected Divorce Mediator. Judge Schiavoni is, also, a member of the New York and Florida state Bars, and the Bar of the District of Columbia, and she teaches Continuing Legal Education and lectures around the state as a specialist in alternative dispute resolution.