Harry N. Mazadoorian
Distinguished Fellow in the Center on Dispute Resolution
BA, JD, Yale University
Law School Academic
Law Library 314
I am entering my sixth year as Distinguished Professor of Dispute Resolution Law from Practice after a lengthy legal career involving private, government and corporate practice. I have been heavily involved in alternative dispute resolution (ADR) in numerous capacities for more than twenty years: as an advocate, neutral (both mediator and arbitrator) systems designer, writer, trainer and teacher. My emphasis at Quinnipiac involves providing students with insights in both ADR theory and practice, acquired from substantial hands on experience. Additionally, I am involved in several outreach programs providing ADR support from the law school to the bar, the courts and the community.
Mediation Practice Book: Critical Tools Techniques and Forms, Editor. First Law Publishing and Quinnipiac University School of Law, 2002; ADR in Healthcare Institutions, co-author, Dispute Resolution Magazine, Fall, 2004; Corporate ADR: At a Crossroad, Dispute Resolution Magazine, Summer 2000.
Mediation Advocacy: Representing Clients in Mediation