The Center for Negotiation and Dispute Resolution (CNDR) is proud to welcome three new, pre-eminent ADR academics to the faculty. As a group, they help strengthen UC Law SF’s national and international reputation in arbitration, mediation, and negotiation.

Catherine Rogers

Catherine Rogers, Full Professor of Law at Bocconi University, Italy, has been appointed a Research Professor.  Rogers is an international arbitration scholar and one of four Reporters for the ALI’s Restatement of the U.S. Law of International Commercial and Investor-State Arbitration.  Her scholarship focuses on the public-private divide in international dispute resolution and regulation in the global market for legal services.

Dwight Golann

Dwight Golann, Emeritus Professor of Law at Suffolk Law School, has been appointed a Research Professor.  Golann is co-author of several ADR casebooks and the creator of innovative videos and other teaching resources that have been made available to ADR professors in the US and abroad.  He is also an active mediator and international trainer.

Charlie Craver

Charlie Craver, Freda H. Alverson Professor Emeritus of Law at George Washington School of Law, has been appointed Visiting Professor of Law.  Craver is the author or co-author of seven negotiation and/or dispute resolution books and eight labor and employment law books.  He has also taught negotiation skills to over 100,000 lawyers and business persons throughout the U.S. and in a number of foreign countries.