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 Tokarz, director, Negotiation and Dispute Resolution Program, and Charles Nagel Profesor of Public Interest Law & Public Service|
|C.J. Larkin, administrative director, Negotiation and Dispute Resolution Program, and senior lecturer in law|
|Kent Syverud, dean and Ethan A.H. Shepley University Professor|
|Rebecca Hollander-Blumhoff, professor of law|
|Ann Shields, director, Pretrial Program; professor of practice; and Faculty Ombudsperson|
|Leila Nadya Sadat, director, Whitney R. Harris World Law Institute, and Henry H. Oberschelp Professor of Law|
|Scott Baker, professor of law and professor of economics|
|Peter Joy, Henry Hitchcock Professor of Law|
|Katherine Goldwasser, professor of law|
|Michael Koby, associate dean for Graduate Programs; professor of practice; director, Trial and 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.; Alan Freed, an attorney and mediator with Paule, Camazine & Blumenthal, P.C.; Michael Geigerman, Managing Director of U.S. Arbitration and Mediation Midwest, Inc.; Robert Litz, an arbitrator and mediator with the St. Louis firm of Carter Bauer Soule; Paul Paese, Paese Management Consulting; James W. Reeves, a principal with Conflict Management Systems; Adam Shulenberger, Adam Shulenberger Law Firm; Joseph Soraghamn, an arbitrator and mediator for the National Association of Securities Dealers, Inc., and a principal at Danna McKitrick, P.C.; and Kathleen Whitby, Of Counsel to the St. Louis firm of Spencer Fane Britt & Browne, LLP.