Carter Ferrington has extensive experience in the field of mediation and arbitration. He has worked with parties in well over 1,000 ADR disputes over the past 10 years. In 1997 he was employed by the Council of Better Business Bureau’s mediation and arbitration programs and (while continuing as a BBB arbitrator) has since gone into private practice. A public housing policy expert, he has represented developers, architects, real-estate investors and homeowners. He also worked for MIGHT, a French-owned hydroelectric power plant developer. Carter has a law degree from Howard University, and a BA in Economics from the University of Maryland.
Howard University School of
Law, Washington, DC, J.D. 1995
University of Maryland, B.A., Economics, College Park, MD, 1987
New York University, New York, NY, Appraisal Studies Certificate, 1994
Mendenhall School of Auctioneering, Auction Certificate, 1990
DISPUTE RESOLUTION EXPERIENCE
Arbitrator for the Better Business Bureau AUTOLINE and CARE programs since 2001. Case Specialist for the Council of Better Business Bureaus from 1997 to 1999. Represented clients in mediation, arbitration and administrative hearings since 1999.
CONSTRUCTION, LEGAL AND REAL PROPERTY EXPERIENCE
Carter worked with developer, investor, contractor and other clients as an Attorney, Realtor®, project manager and property manager. Has represented parties in a variety of disputes involving real property, construction, acquisition and development.
Maryland State Bar
District of Columbia Bar Association
Appraisers Association of America (currently a Regional Representative)
Greater Capital Association of Realtors® (GCAAR)
Maryland Association of Realtors®
National Association of Realtors®
Northern Virginia Association of Realtors®
Licensed to practice law in
the District of Columbia and Maryland.
Licensed as an Associate Broker in Maryland.
Licensed as a Real Estate Salesperson in Virginia and the District of Columbia.