Appropriate Dispute Resolution Receives an "A-" Grade

The Appropriate Dispute Resolution Center received an A- rating from The National Jurist

Oregon Law’s Appropriate Dispute Resolution Center (ADR Center) receives an “A-“ from PreLaw Magazine’s Spring 2019. The grade comes just months after the latest U.S. News and World Report that ranks the program at seventh in the nation. The program has been ranked in the nation’s top ten since 2007.

The ADR Center is also a past recipient of the Ninth Circuit ADR Education Award for excellence in ADR pedagogy. In addition, four ADR faculty have received the law school's Orlando J. Hollis teaching award and two have received the University of Oregon's Ersted Award for distinguished teaching.

"Figuring out how to manage conflict skillfully is more important than ever,” says Jennifer Reynolds, faculty director. “Next year watch for more innovative pedagogy and new experiential opportunities out of the ADR Center."

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