Fordham School of Law's Conflict Resolution and ADR Program offers a unique opportunity to study conflict resolution and alternative dispute resolution (ADR) within the legal community.

Ranked #13 in Dispute Resolution Programs by the U.S. News and World Report, the Program reflects an integrated agenda of teaching, scholarship and practice in conflict resolution within the national and international communities. Courses and clinics are offered in negotiation, mediation, arbitration and international conflict resolution. The Fordham Belfast/Dublin Summer School Program and the Fordham-Ulster Conflict Resolution Program comprise part of the Program's international activities. Faculty are active in the field in the areas of scholarship and practice. Many diverse opportunities outside the classroom are available to students to enrich their learning, including participation in ABA-sponsored competitions, Fordham ABA Section of Dispute Resolution Law School Chapter activities, pro bono public interest projects, the ADR & the Law publication and interaction with a recently established Dispute Resolution Society Alumni Association.

Fordham is also very active and very successful in various national and international competitions. Competitions teams are trained and filled by the Fordham Dispute Resolution Society, one of the preeminent student run groups at Fordham Law School. To learn more about the society and its competitions, click here.