|Clinical Professor of Law
Most of Bob Dauber’s teaching energies are devoted to supervising and instructing student attorneys in the College’s Civil Justice Clinic. He also regularly teaches courses relating to civil procedure, professionalism and dispute-resolution processes. Professor Dauber’s research interests include court-connected mediation and other forms of dispute resolution, and he regularly presents papers and workshops on Alternative Dispute Resolution-related topics. Professor Dauber’s most recent articles have related to empirical studies of court-connected mediation and arbitration.
Professor Dauber helped design the Lodestar Mediation Clinic, a course offering in which law students receive intensive skills training and practical experience in the mediation process, while studying the theoretical foundations of ADR. He is a former director of the mediation clinic and also has served as the interim director of the College’s Clinical Program. Before joining the clinical faculty in 1990, he practiced for seven years as a trial attorney with the Phoenix office of Winston & Strawn.
Professor Dauber has served on the boards of directors for Community Legal Services, the Arizona Dispute Resolution Association, the Homeless Legal Assistance Project and the Capital Representation Project, and on the ADR Advisory Board to the Supreme Court of Arizona.
Roselle Wissler & Bob Dauber, Court-Connected Arbitration in the Superior Court of Arizona: A Study of Its Performance and Proposed Rule Changes, 2007 J. Disp. Resol. 65 (2007).
Roselle Wissler & Bob Dauber, Leading Horses to Water: The Impact of an ADR “Confer and Report Rule”, 26 Just. Sys. J. 253 (2005).
Assistant: Karen Furgeson
B.A., University of California, Berkeley
J.D., Arizona State University College of Law