Lamont E. Stallworth

Loyola University of Chicago
Chicago, IL


Lamont E. Stallworth has over 35 years experience as an arbitrator, mediator, and fact-finder in public and private sectors.  He currently teaches graduate level courses at the Institute of Human Resources and Employment Relations, Loyola University, in managing a diverse workforce, conflict management and alternative dispute resolution, negotiation and mediation, labor arbitration, and human resources law and employment discrimination law.

Dr. Stallworth is listed on the arbitration and mediation panels of the American Arbitration Association, Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service, the National Mediation Board. Mediation Research and Education Project, Boston Collaborative Law, LLC, the Center for Employment Relations, Illinois Educational Labor Relations Board and Illinois State Labor Relations Board. He also serves as a permanent arbitrator and grievance mediator on a number of private, public and federal sector arbitration and grievance mediation panels.

Dr. Stallworth has combined his interests in organization development, employment law, diversity, conflict management, alternative dispute resolution and the resolution of statutory based workplace dispute in his teaching, research and professional practice. Most recently Dr. Stallworth’s research has also focused on workplace bullying and mobbing (also called “psychological violence” and “statutory-blind harassment”) and the impact of offers of apology in resolving workplace disputes. He is a nationally recognized practitioner and scholar in this developing area.