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Request Information Part time Masters Degrees in Dispute Resolution 2018/2019
Pepperdine's Master of Dispute Resolution (MDR) is available for students looking to work in a variety of law and non-law areas. [+]
Pepperdine's Master of Dispute Resolution (MDR) is available for students looking to work in a variety of law and non-law areas.
The study of conflict is not limited to the legal profession. Students have applied their MDR to areas including:Human Resources Business Counseling Education International Diplomacy, and more At the Forefront of Legal Education
Over 95% of cases filed in the courts are handled under dispute resolution processes like negotiation, mediation and arbitration. Law students, attorneys, and non-law practitioners chose to equip themselves to handle this next generation of conflict. Pepperdine's hands-on approach with lectures, discussions and simulated exercises better prepare students to manage conflict in a variety of environments.... [-]