The modern lawyer is a good listener, a well-prepared negotiator, a student of human relationships, an able advocate, a thoughtful problem-solver, and (more and more) someone who can diagnose and redesign processes for managing conflict.
Oregon Law's ADR Center trains the modern lawyer. Our goal is to help our students succeed in law, business, politics, NGOs, and other arenas that rely upon alternative processes for dispute resolution and decision-making. Whether our students pursue traditional or alternative careers, we offer the theory, skills, and project-based learning necessary to achieve their professional goals.
And for those students who want to go farther and pursue graduate-level study in conflict and dispute resolution, with or without a legal focus, the ADR Center is proud to host the Oregon Law Master's in Conflict and Dispute Resolution.