Appropriate Dispute Resolution Center Fellowships

We invite you to apply for an ADR Fellowship. Law, graduate, and undergraduate fellows work alongside ADR Center leadership to forward cutting-edge interdisciplinary initiatives, organize high-profile events, and network with prominent scholars, attorneys, and leaders.

Past fellow projects include:

  • Establishing a pilot probate mediation program in central Oregon
  • Researching best practices in truancy prevention through mediation
  • Examining individual conflicts in sports and analyzing the impact of conflict on competitive advantage
  • Tracking legislative action to locate bills that impact ADR in Oregon
  • Coordinating a joint ADR Center/Environmental and Natural Resources Law interdisciplinary speaker series
  • Developing guidelines for a graduate certificate in Environmental Conflict Resolution 

How to apply:

Applicants who wish to be considered for all available fellowship positions will submit an application containing the following items to Professor Jennifer Reynolds at

  1. cover letter outlining specific interest in ADR and description of your experience and skills that would benefit the Center.
  2. a current resume

**This year, the Center is also seeking a Fellow who will work with Professor Tippett to help develop a continuing education module on negotiation for International Bridges to Justice web-based learning platform.

Applicants who wish to be considered for this fellowship must have completed a basic negotiation course. To apply for this fellowship specifically, please submit the following items directly to Prof. Tippett at

  1. cover letter explaining why this project is of interest and/or a good fit with your background and/or skill set
  2. a current resume

Application Deadline:

Applications must be received no later than Wednesday May 8, 2013 at 5:00pm PST.


All fellowship appointments are for one academic year and require a minimum commitment of 80 hours.

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