"It is exciting to be in an environment where so many individuals with varying work and life experiences are interested in a proactive, creative and effective means of resolving conflict. The class size creates close relationships among faculty and students, and provides ongoing friendships and professional connections. It is a pleasure and an honor to be part of this program and college."
Christine Harris Taylor is one of the first attorneys in Wisconsin to hold an advanced law degree in dispute resolution. She earned her LL.M. degree in Dispute Resolution from the University of Missouri – Columbia in 2003. In addition to her private mediation and arbitration practice, Harris Taylor holds appointments at Marquette University as associate director in the Center for Dispute Resolution Education and as an adjunct associate professor in the MU graduate program for Dispute Resolution, teaching mediation, family mediation and arbitration. Harris Taylor also serves as a facilitator and trainer for other mediators throughout the U.S.
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