Mediation: Problem-Solving from a Neutral Stance
Founded in 1986, Penn Law’s Mediation Clinic was one of the first real case programs of its kind in the nation. With its cutting-edge technology-based instruction and breadth of sophisticated faculty-supervised fieldwork, it has maintained its preeminent place as a national model for mediation courses while providing high quality free mediation services.
Two Law School students traveled with Professor Douglas Frenkel L’72, the Mediation Clinic’s director, to mediate an international child abduction dispute in Omaha, Nebraska.
Douglas Frenkel L’72 traveled around the world speaking about the American system of alternative dispute resolution and the work he has done in Penn Law’s clinics.