Beth Anne Wolfson

 
Dedham, MA

Beth Anne Wolfson, a Massachusetts attorney, is a labor and employment arbitrator, mediator and neutral fact-finder. Since 2009 she has been a member of the adjunct faculty at New England LawǀBoston, where she has taught Labor Law and Employment Law. From 1993 to 2015 she was an Adjunct Assistant Professor in the Law, Taxation and Financial Planning Department of Bentley University, Waltham, Massachusetts, where she taught courses in Current Issues in Labor & Employment Law and Gender & the Law.

Arbitrator Wolfson has lectured on issues in arbitration including: Arbitration Practice – Texts, Tweets and Other Electronic Messaging: How Reliable are They as Evidence?; Arbitration & Social Media - Where Employee Free Speech Butts Heads With Employer Policy; Ethical Boundaries Between Arbitrators & Advocates; and various topics concerning Grievance Arbitration. She has also given presentations on Title VII, ADEA, and the ADA. Arbitrator Wolfson is co-author of the textbooks, The Law of Sex Discrimination, fourth edition, Cengage Learning/Nelson Education, 2011 and The Law of Sex Discrimination, third edition, Thomson-Wadsworth, 2005. She has also been a contributing author to NLRA Law and Practice, and has published articles in The Arbitration Journal and The Standard.

Arbitrator Wolfson is a member of the Massachusetts Bar Association‘s Committee on Professional Ethics, and a past Chairman of the its Labor and Employment Section Council and ADR Committee. She received her J.D., cum laude, from Syracuse University College of Law in and her B.A., magna cum laude with honors in music, from Brandeis University.