My training is designed based on the needs of the specific group, and always with the notion that the best training for adults is based on experiential learning principles rather than exclusively from doctrinal lectures.

Why La Rue

As an educator and an experienced practitioner in ADR, I take umbrage with the sometimes-stated mis-notion that, “Those who can do, do. Those who cannot do, teach.” The very essence of mastery is the ability to pass along to others the knowledge and skills that years of learning, doing and reflecting have taught me.

Who I Train

I have designed trainings for advocates, beginners in the ADR field, and experienced persons, as well. I have designed trainings for neutrals seeking to enter the ADR field and those arbitrators and mediators seeking to enhance their skills.

Training Experience

Domestically, I assisted in the design and the delivery of the Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service New Arbitrator Training program, and have trained many new arbitrators over a 12-year period. Internationally, I worked with the Department of Commerce to train lawyers and business persons in West Africa in commercial arbitration and mediation.

Conflict is inevitable in any relationship

—business or personal, but the outcome of a dispute is not foreordained.

Join our Virtual Event about Building Diversity in International Dispute by Settlement Professor of Law and Arbitrator, Homer C. La Rue on November 8 - 11, 2021.

Join our Virtual Conference about Improving Diversity in Arbitration on November 2, 2021 for International Participant and November 3, 2021 for USA Participants.

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