Since 1999, Troy Roe has been a full-time Neutral and specializes exclusively in Mediation. He has had over two decades
of experience resolving all types of disputes, both in Private Law Practice and as Judge Pro Tempore in Orange County
Superior court. Through his hard work and dedication at resolving big injury cases with challenging legal issues, Mr.
Roe has become one of Southern California's most requested Mediators. For several years since 2002, he has been selected
by the Daily Journal as one of California's Top Neutrals. Both plaintiff and defense concur; he is an attentive listener
who understands the parties and their issues. He knows how to explore all the legal, business and personal ramifications,
and he is especially proficient at guiding parties to reach resolution. Among our clients' comments: "Mr. Roe is knowledgeable,
patient, hardworking and accommodating with his time" and "you can really see how much he is dedicated to helping the parties,"
another attorney commented "He is straightforward and cuts right to the issues and doesn't waste anyone's time." "He was
wonderful to work with and I would use him anytime." Troy is a Fellow with the International Academy of Mediators and is a
member of the American Board of Trial Advocates (ABOTA).
Mr. Roe retired from practicing law to pursue his love of golf and Mediation.
Full-time Neutral (1999-Present)
Private General Civil Practice, most recently as Law Offices of Troy D. Roe, (1976-99)
Chair and Faculty Member, College of Trial Advocacy (1981-98)
Judge Pro Tempore, Arbitrator and Member of Approved Panel of Arbitrators & Mediators, Orange County Superior Court (1981-Present)
Education & Professional Affiliations
Fellow, International Academy of Mediators
Member, American Board of Trial Advocates (ABOTA)
J.D., Pepperdine University School of Law (1976)
B.A., California State University, Long Beach (Cum Laude) (1973)
Board Member, Orange County Bar Association (1990-96)
Member, Orange County Bar Association; Consumer Attorneys of Los Angeles
President & Former Board Member, Orange County Trial Lawyers Association (1987)
Member, Board of Governors, California Trial Lawyers Association (1986-89)
Former Member, Association of Southern California Defense Counsel
Mediation and Settlement Skills Training, Pepperdine University School of Law, Straus Institute for Dispute Resolution
Achievements & Awards
Mr. Roe was selected by the Daily Journal as one of California's Top Neutral's for almost every year since it's inception in 2002 (including 2014) and was awarded CTL-PAC Chairman's Award for Excellent Service in 1984 and 1985.
Additionally, he was honored CTLA Certificates of Recognition in General Personal Injury, Experienced Trial Lawyer and Products Liability.
Plaintiff (a minor) lost an eye from the illegal use of fireworks by the defendant. Defendant's insurance carrier refused to settle for policy limits ($100,000) and plaintiff's counsel argued "open policy." Settlement: $2.25 million.
Construction site accident. Settlement: $2.45 million.
Work place injury. Plaintiff fell from a make-shift scaffold. Defendant alleged comparative fault. Serious ankle fracture. Settlement: $1.9 million.
Medical Malpractice: Plaintiff injured in a bar fight and is rushed to the emergency room. Plaintiff claimed slow response by the medical team caused an anoxic event and brain damage. Settlement: $3.2 million.
Medical Malpractice: Plaintiff argued his medical team failed to monitor his sodium levels such that he suffered brain damage. Settlement: $4.5 million.