LADR seeks to provide students with an opportunity to learn about various areas of alternative dispute resolution such as mediation, arbitration, restorative justice, and negotiation. Alternative dispute resolution methods are often used in business transactions, and LADR endeavors to provide students with an understanding of these topics. Each year LADR facilitates various lunch discussions which feature practitioners and scholars in the ADR field. Our speakers talk about career opportunities, areas of development in the ADR field, and how ADR methods can be employed as a means of resolving disputes without having to result to litigation. In addition, we seek to connect students with volunteer opportunities with the CU Restorative Justice program. All CU Law students are invited to attend LADR meetings and events. For more information, please contact: Tyler Echols (; Ben Handbender (; or Christine Lagrone (

President/Treasurer: Ty Echols,

Vice President: Ben Hand-Bender,

Secretary: Shira Yerushalmi,

SBA Rep: Gunnar Paulsen,

SBA Rep: Holly Todd,

Communications Coordinator: Christine Lagrone,

Event Coordinator: Emily Schneider,