Kevin Fuller

25 Highland Park Village
Dallas, Texas 75205
United States
Office Phone: 214-954-1212
Member since 2004
Membership Type: IACP



I've taken what I've learned from hundreds of trials and hearings and thousands of hours at the negotiating table to transform myself from litigator to negotiator to mediator. My primary practice today is as a mediator. After three decades of experience as an advocate I believe my experience, skills and gifts can be of more use to more people from the middle of the table as a problem solving mediator than on one side or the other as an advocate. Give me a call at 214-954-1212 and let me know how I could be of service to you.

Area(s) of Practice: Mediation
License(s): Attorney and Counselor at Law ~Board Certified Family Law ~Texas Board of Legal Specialization

Professional Activities

Past President of The Collaborative Law Institue of Texas and Past Chair of the Collaborative Law Section of the State Bar of Texas ~Former Chair of Dallas Bar Association Family Law Section ~Former Director of State Bar of Texas Family Law Section ~Listed Best Lawyers in America 1995 - present -Named Family Lawyer of the Year for Dallas 2009 and 2012 by Best Lawyers in America ~Listed as One of the Top 100 Lawyers in Texas by Texas Monthly Magazine 2003 through 2013 -Listed as one of the Best Mediators in Dallas by D Magazine 2014-2020

Undergraduate Education

Texas A&M University B.S. Economics 1981

Professional Education

Baylor J.D. 1984


After hundreds of trials, hearings and jury trials and thousands of hours at the negotiating table I have decided that everything I know and everything I do could be done better from the middle of the table instead of being on one side or the other so I've set up my own mediation and collaborative law firm where all I'll do is serve as a mediator, collaborative lawyer or settlement consultant. I'll try to help people resolve their disputes however I can - except - I will no longer go to trial. I have created an amazing space to hold mediations and work with collaborative cases - there is nothing quite like it in Texas.