Levin College of Law

Donna Erez-Navot

Legal Skills Professor
Director, Mediation Clinic


Donna Erez-Navot currently teaches at UF Levin College of Law and is the Director of the Mediation Clinic.  Prior to joining the faculty at UF, she directed the Cardozo Law School Mediation Clinic and served as Assistant Director of the Cardozo’s Kukin Program for Conflict Resolution.

Before joining the faculty at Cardozo, Erez-Navot was the founding Director of the Mediation Clinic at University of Wisconsin.  As part of the Mediation Clinic, Erez-Navot was instrumental in setting up several mediation programs including Waukesha County Child Protection Mediation Program, Dane County Small Claims Mediation Program, and Dane County Child Protection Mediation Pilot Program.

Prior to moving to Wisconsin, she served as mediator in the Child Permanency Mediation Program in the NYC Family Court, where she mediated issues surrounding placement of children in foster care, including relationships and communication between parties, custody/visitation/guardianship petitions, conditional surrenders and other issues.

Erez-Navot is a graduate of Cardozo Law School in New York.  After earning her undergraduate degree at Emory University, Erez-Navot studied Social Work at Tel Aviv University in Israel.


J.D., Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law
B.S.W., Tel Aviv University
B.A., Emory University


Mediation Clinic