Lauri D. Chaudoin has more than a decade of experience in the legal profession. She earned her J.D. at Vanderbilt University School of Law, and her B.A. in Communications at Belmont University. Prior to joining the Legal Department of Rogers Group, Inc., in 1999, Lauri was in private practice in labor and employment law. As Assistant General Counsel for Rogers Group, a multi-state aggregates and road construction company with half a billion dollars in annual sales, Lauri's practice focused on labor and employment law, contract drafting/review, construction law, litigation management, and general corporate matters.
In 2003, Lauri was drawn to mediation as a more efficient and satisfactory dispute resolution method than traditional litigation. She received civil mediation training at that time through the Nashville Conflict Resolution Center, where she has volunteered for several years as a civil mediator. She has since expanded her training to include family mediation, through Jean Munroe Mediation Training. Lauri is a Rule-31 Listed Civil and Family Mediator under the Rules of the Tennessee Supreme Court.
In 2008, Lauri founded Chaudoin Law as a mechanism to help both businesses and individuals find focused legal solutions.
Lauri is licensed to practice in Tennessee, where she is a member of the Nashville and Tennessee bar associations. She is active in the Lawyers Association for Women and the Tennessee Association of Professional Mediators. Lauri has served on the YWCA Personnel Committee, the Board of Directors for Holly Street Daycare, the Board of Directors for the Ear Foundation, and the National Sand Stone and Gravel Association's Council of Counsel.
A frequent writer and lecturer on employment law, construction law and mediation, Lauri has served as an Adjunct Professor of Business Law at Belmont University.
Lauri is very active in the children's ministry of her church, where she leads music. She resides in the Nashville area with her husband and three children.
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