1. Promote, develop, and support the education and training of law students to become practitioners with effective alternative dispute resolution skills.
2. Advance social and academic interaction among students, faculty, legal professionals, and the community.
3. Broaden the awareness and appreciation for the profession of alternative dispute resolution among the law school and community at large.
4. Promote and mentor professionalism among all students participating in the various activities the ADR Board sponsors and supports.
To encourage and assist Thomas M. Cooley Law School students in developing the skill and knowledge necessary to confidentially, ethically, and professionally conduct all forms of Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR).