Dr. Jennifer L. Schulz is a Professor at the Faculty of Law, University of Manitoba, specializing in mediation, and a Fellow of the Winkler Institute for Dispute Resolution at Osgoode Hall Law School, Toronto. She has the C.Med designation and practices mediation in Winnipeg and Toronto. Dr. Schulz studied law at the Universities of Cambridge and Toronto, with a particular emphasis on dispute resolution and culture. She has taught ADR at four Canadian law schools and has won teaching awards at two of them. She is a federal and international research grant recipient, the author of many refereed articles and chapters on dispute resolution subjects, and has been a visiting scholar at the Universities of Cambridge, London, Toronto, York and UBC. Dr. Schulz was the first director of Canada’s first clinical mediation program, she was the first Canadian fellow at the Program on Negotiation at Harvard Law School, and she was engaged by the Province of Manitoba to conduct the expert evaluation of Manitoba’s first automobile injury mediation program. In 2015, she was the proud recipient of ADRIC’s Lionel J. McGowan Regional Award of Excellence in Dispute Resolution for her contributions to ADR in the Province of Manitoba.
Jennifer represents ADR Manitoba on the ADRIC Board and sits on the Journal Editorial Board.