Jennifer Reynolds is an academic expert in civil procedure, conflict of laws, negotiation, and mediation. Her expertise is in dispute systems design, problem-solving in multiparty scenarios, plea bargaining and specialty courts, and cultural influences and implications of alternative processes. At the University of Oregon School of Law, she is associate dean of faculty research and programs and the faculty director of the Appropriate Dispute Resolution Center. During academic year 2017-18, she was a visiting professor at Harvard Law School, teaching civil procedure; narrative mediation; criminal-side ADR; and a reading group on critiques of alternative processes. She has served as the national chair of the ADR Section of the Association of American Law Schools and is an active blogger for the ADR professor blog, indisputably. Professor Reynolds received her law degree cum laude from Harvard Law School.
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