Robert Smith is a Professor of Law at Suffolk University Law School, where he previously served as Dean of the Law School. His teaching and research interests include Mediation, Negotiation and Alternative Dispute Resolution. He has written articles on the use of video training in mediation and on case studies in mediation.
Prof. Smith has been an active mediator since 1992, and is a mediation trainer in two community mediation programs and a high school peer mediation program. He is the current President of the Board of Directors of MWMS and previously served on the state-wide Program Advisory Committee for state funding for community mediation programs in Massachusetts.
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