Aggie Dispute Resolution Program


Dispute Resolution Field Studies
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  • Intro to Israel: Water, Energy, and Dispute Resolution
    The Israel field study, co-led by Professor Nancy Welsh and Professor Gabriel Eckstein, will focus on regional disputes related to water and energy resource management.
  • Scotland: Natural Resource Management and Dispute Resolution
    The Scotland field study, ​led by Executive Professor Randy Gordon, will introduce students to the use of international commercial arbitration.

Program News

Reilly Named Chair-Elect of AALS ADR section

Congratulations to Associate Professor Peter Reilly!  On January 4, 2018, Professor Reilly was elected to the position of Chair-Elect of the AALS (Association of American Law Schools) Section on Alternative Dispute Resolution.

Aggie Dispute Resolution Expands Team, Adds Innovative Courses

Welsh and Garcia 

This fall, Texas A&M Law welcomed legal scholars Nancy Welsh and Guillermo Garcia to its nationally ranked Dispute Resolution Program along with launching new program initiatives and expanding course offerings.  ► Read more.

Kay ElliottKay Elliott

Congratulations!  On Saturday, October 28, Texas A&M University School of Law Adjunct Professor Kay Elliott received the Outstanding Credentialed Mediator Award from the Texas Mediator Credentialing Association.

Prof. Elliott is a mediator, arbitrator and mediation trainer. She coaches several ADR teams for Texas A&M. Since 1990, her teams have won numerous regional and national championships, including the 2016 ABA Representation in Mediation national championship. Prof. Elliott also is co-editor of the State Bar of Texas Handbook on Alternative Dispute Resolution (3rd edition), a member of the Texas and National Academy of Distinguished Neutrals, a charter member of the Texas Mediation Trainers Round Table, and a former member of the State Bar of Texas ADR section council.

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