Litigation and Alternative Dispute Resolution

The University of Idaho College of Law’s Litigation and Alternative Dispute Resolution (LADR) emphasis area offers students an opportunity to develop a wide range of skills that are critical in today’s competitive legal environment. From traditional courtroom litigation to the rapidly growing disciplines of negotiation and mediation within alternative dispute resolution, LADR students are educated for the dynamic 21st century legal environment.

The LADR program requires that students complete a challenging core of required courses and allows students to select from a wide variety of elective courses. Students in the LADR will be required to complete at least 21 credit hours of coursework in addition to a substantial writing project on a topic within the litigation or alternative dispute resolution field under the supervision of a faculty member.

For more information see the LADR Documents to the right or contact one of the faculty members listed.