Distinguished Negotiation, ADR, and Related Trial Practice Faculty

Our distinguished full-time faculty includes several faculty members who teach, write, and practice in the areas of Negotiation, ADR, Pretrial, and Trial Practice.

Professor Karen TokarzKaren Tokarz, Charles Nagel Professor of Public Interest Law & Public Service and Director, Negotiation and Dispute Resolution Program
Professor Rebecca Hollander-Blumoff Rebecca Hollander-Blumhoff, Professor of Law
Ann Shields Ann Shields, Professor of Practice; Director, Pretrial Program; and Faculty Ombudsperson
Leila Nadya SadatLeila Nadya Sadat, Henry H. Oberschelp Professor of Law and Director, Whitney R. Harris World Law Institute
Professor Geetha Rao Geetha Rao Sant, Lecturer in Law and Co-Director, Entrepreneurship & Intellectual Property Clinic
Professor Scott Baker Scott Baker, Professor of Law and Professor of Economics
Peter Joy Peter Joy, Henry Hitchcock Professor of Law
Professor Katherine Goldwasser Katherine Goldwasser, Professor of Law 
Michael KobyMichael Koby, Associate Dean, International and Graduate Programs; Professor of Practice; and Director, Trial & Advocacy Program

The Negotiation and Dispute Resolution Program adjunct faculty includes top local practitioners with expertise in various fields: Leonard Frankel, an attorney and mediator with Frankel, Rubin, Bond, Dubin, Siegel & Klein, P.C. (Mediation Theory & Practice); Gary Feder, an attorney at Husch Blackwell (Real Estate Practice, Negotiation & Drafting); Alan Freed, an attorney and mediator with Paule, Camazine & Blumenthal, P.C. (Family Mediation Theory & Practice); Michael Geigerman, Managing Director of U.S. Arbitration and Mediation Midwest, Inc. (ABA Representation in Mediation Team); C.J. Larkin, experienced mediator and dispute resolution expert (Negotiation; Introduction to U.S. & Comparative Dispute Resolution); Robert Litz, Senior Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, U.S. Arbitration and Mediation Midwest, Inc. (Arbitration Theory & Practice); James W. Reeves, a principal with Conflict Management Systems (Mediation Theory & Practice; Multi Party & Public Policy Dispute Resolution); Adam Shulenberger, Adam Shulenberger Law Firm (Business Negotiation Theory & Practice); Joseph Soraghamn, an arbitrator and mediator for the National Association  of Securities Dealers, Inc., and a principal at Danna McKitrick, P.C. (Securities Litigation & Arbitration); Brian Wheelock, an attorney with Harness Dickey (IP Litigation & Dispute Resolution); and Kathleen Whitby, Of Counsel to the St. Louis firm of Spencer Fane Britt & Browne, LLP (Mediation Theory & Practice and Multi Party & Public Policy Dispute Resolution).