Alternative Dispute Resolution Law School Competition Team Members of the Alternative Dispute Resolution Team represent the school in a variety of different competitions that showcase mastery of skills in client counseling, negotiation, mediation and arbitration, which are critical components of legal practice. Even before the Kline School of Law formally established a formal co-curricular program in ADR in 2018-19, students who represented the school in regional and national meets performed very well. Past Competition Highlights American Bar Association Client Counseling Competition 2019: Regional Finalists 2014: Regional Finalists 2013: Regional Semi-Finalists American Bar Association Representation in Mediation Competition 2019: Regional Finalists 2014: Regional Finalists 2013: Regional Finalists 2012: National Finalists American Bar Association Negotiation Competition 2014: Regional Champions and National Finalists American College of Bankruptcy Negotiation Competition 2013: Third Place in Nationals Compete and Earn Credit Law students can showcase their skills as advocates in regional and national competitions that focus on resolving disputes through counseling, negotiation, mediation and arbitration. The Alternative Dispute Resolution Team competes in four different competitions that focus on these specific skills: client counseling, negotiation, arbitration and mediation. Students are entitled to receive 1 credit for each competition in which they take part. Students try out for specific competitions. Tryouts for the Negotiation and Arbitration teams are held each spring semester to determine who will compete in the fall competitions. Tryouts for Client Counseling and Mediation take place each fall to select the competition teams for the spring.