Dispute Resolution Program

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Alternative Dispute Resolution - Additional Resources - Fordham Law School's Dispute Resolution Program
... Fordham Law School’s Dispute Resolution program placed in the top 10 of U.S ... News World Report's 2008 rankings of the best Dispute Resolution programs in the nation, according to the recently-released rankings ... Along with Fordham's Clinical Training program, the Dispute Resolution program is the top-ranked specialty program at Fordham Law School ...

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