Student Life




UO Law School Mediation Training

This 30-hour Basic Mediation Training is typically offered two times a year. The majority of spaces are reserved for law students and students in the Conflict and Dispute Resolution Masters Degree Program; however, there are often a few spaces open for other students and non-students as well. If you are interested in finding out more about this training, you can contact Jennifer Reynolds, Faculty Director of the Appropriate Dispute Resolution Center in the Law School, (541) 346-3691,

Center for Dialogue and Resolution

The Center for Dialogue and Resolution (CDR) is a nonprofit agency that provides low cost mediation services to the community. They also offer the 30-hour Basic Mediation Training, Restorative Justice Training, and multiple advanced trainings throughout the year. They have a thriving volunteer program in which volunteers get hands on mediation experience. For more information about CMS, please visit their website