Admitted Bars: Texas, North Dakota, Missouri

Admitted Rosters: AAA, FINRA, FMCS, NMB, REDRESS,
TEA, TXDMV

Experience: ALJ, Adjunct Professor, Arbitrator,
Conference Judge, Hearing Examiner, Mediator, Referee

Practice Areas: Civil Commercial, Consumer, Contract,
Employment, Labor, Property Tax Disputes, Securities,
Special Education

Locations: Available to hear cases nationwide.

Sherry R. Wetsch is a 1981 graduate of Moorhead State
University. She received her Juris Doctor in 1984 from the
University of North Dakota School of Law . Ms. Wetsch is
licensed to practiced law in Texas, North Dakota and
Missouri.

Ms. Wetsch started her legal career as an attorney for the
United States Department of the Army, and also served as
an Assistant Prosecuting Attorney. Beginning in 1996 her
practice has centered on Alternative Dispute Resolution.
Ms. Wetsch has served as a third party neutral on
thousands of cases including labor, employment, securities,
consumer, personal injury, construction, contract, criminal,
special education, business, commercial,
property tax
appraisals, and debtor/creditor.  

Arbitration
Ms. Wetsch has served as an arbitrator for AAA, Federal
Mediation and Conciliation Service (FMCS), FINRA, N
ational
Mediation Board (NMB), and Texas Department of
Transportation (TXDOT).Through FINRA, she has ser
ved
as a neutral on
dozens of securities disputes, including
serving as Chairperson
.  She serves as an
arbitrator through the  FMCS on
labor disputes. She has
served as a Referee through the
NMB. Her experience in
labor and employment is in both the
private and public
sectors. She has sat as a Hearing
Examiner on
employment/contract disputes through TEA.
She has also
served as a Temporary Administrative Law
Judge for the
State Office of Administrative Hearings
(SOAH) on a wide
range of issues involving governmental
entities and
regulatory matters.

Mediation
Ms. Wetsch serves as a mediator through TEA on special
education related matters.  She has served as a me
diator
and settlement conference judge on felony crimi
nal court
dockets
. She conducts mediations for the  United States
Postal Service REDRESS
program on employment related
disputes.  She has served
as a mediator for the TXDMV
and FINRA.

Training                                                 
Ms. Wetsch received basic, advanced and family law
mediation training through the Attorney-Mediators Institute.  
She has been trained in the “Mediation of EEOC Charges”
and has received mediation training for the “Transformative
Practice/Framework”.  She has received arbitration training
through AAA, FINRA, FMCS and SOAH. Ms. Wetsch has
taught MCLE approved mediation & arbitration courses.

Community Service  
Ms. Wetsch has served on the board of directors of the
Katy Bar  Association and the Academy of Court Appointed
Masters, and on the Women & Law Section Council for the
State Bar of Texas.  She has published on dispute
resolution related subjects.
Direct Telephone Line:
281-558-3503
Direct Fax Line:
281-558-3489
E-mail:
swetsch@flash.net