Jason Stitt is a Toronto-based facilitator, trainer, and coach with the Stitt Feld Handy Group, a division of ADR Chambers. He provides Alternative Dispute Resolution, negotiation and coaching training to organizations and the general public throughout Canada, the Caribbean and the United States. Jason is also an Adjunct Professor and teaches Negotiation at the University of Toronto Law School. Jason has provided training for organizations including various government organizations, private companies, unions, and the military.
Jason earned his Bachelor of Sports Management at Brock University and then graduated with a J.D. from the University of Windsor Faculty of Law, where he studied negotiation and conflict resolution. Jason is a member of the Ontario Bar and a member of Mensa.
Prior to joining the Stitt Feld Handy Group, Jason worked at an insurance defence law firm in Toronto. While at the firm, Jason was responsible for various portions of files including negotiation with opposing counsel and extensive document analysis. Jason attended court regularly, making arguments before Judges and Masters. Jason also attended a number of mediations in this capacity.
Jason has worked for various NHL teams and the Milwaukee Brewers baseball team with their salary arbitrations. This work involved assisting with the negotiations between the players and the teams, as well as drafting briefs with arguments to be heard by the arbitrators.