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Full Name: Susan Schultz
NCDD Member Since: Dec. 10, 2007
Contact For: Center for Public Policy Dispute Resolution
About Me: Susan B. Schultz is Program Director with the Center for Public Policy Dispute Resolution at The University of Texas School of Law. Ms. Schultz draws from her years of experience as a mediator and regulatory attorney to provide alternative dispute resolution (ADR) services and education to governmental entities. The Center opened its doors in 1993, and its mission is to promote the appropriate use of alternative dispute resolution in Texas government. Ms. Schultz has been trained in mediation, public policy dispute resolution, facilitation, and arbitration. Since joining the Center in October 2002, Ms. Schultz has assisted with ADR trainings, tracked ADR legislation in the Texas Legislature, published the Center’s ADR Legislative Reports, and consulted with various governmental bodies to refine or implement ADR programs. Ms. Schultz has given presentations on public policy ADR and teaches a public policy dispute resolution course at the University of Texas School of Law. Ms. Schultz has mediated multi-party cases and facilitated groups with diverse goals, including developing an educational legislative strategy and negotiating a rule for the provision of mental health services in Texas. She is on the Council of the State Bar of Texas Alternative Dispute Resolution Section and a member of the Association of Conflict Resolution, Texas Association of Mediators, American Bar Association Dispute Resolution Section, and Austin Bar Association Administrative Law Section.
My Work
Organization Name: Center for Public Policy Dispute Resolution at the University of Texas Law School
Title / Position: Program Director
Description: The Center for Public Policy Dispute Resolution provides
effective conflict resolution assistance and services including education and training. The Center is a not-for-profit organization of professionals who focus on state and local government and are dedicated to the stewardship of conflict resolution in state and local government, the UT community, and the public. The Center seeks to bridge resolution with conflict using alternative dispute resolution methods.
My Contact Info
Email: [email protected]
Phone Number: 512-471-3506
Website URL: www.utexas.edu/law/academics/centers/cppdr/
Street Address: 727 E. Dean Keeton Street
City: Austin
State/Province: TX
Zip or Country Code: 78705
NCDD Involvement
Member Type: Organizational Member (dues-paying)
Mentorship Program: N/A

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