Alternative Dispute Resolution Society
ADRS is an attempt by the legal community and the federal government to implement a flexible and efficient alternative to resolving disputes in the formal court system. It involves conflict resolution through processes of negotiation, mediation and arbitration.
At UConn, the ADRS was created in 2005 to engage students in the various forms of Alternative Dispute Resolution. Our focus in the coming term is to introduce a new interscholastic competition and seminar on campus. From this competition, we will select candidates to represent UConn in several American Bar Association competitions throughout the year.
With your participation, we hope to provide a unique educational opportunity that will prepare students for the legal profession, as well as provide skill sets sought by employers. We hope you will join us, and stay tuned for additional updates.
- Vice President:
- Faculty Advisor: James Stark