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When it comes to teaching Tulane Law School students about alternative dispute resolution, Bill Pitts is the expert. On March 23 he spent the day working with law students. (Photos by Paula Burch-Celentano)
Pitts, who holds two degrees from Tulane, is the 2010 Distinguished ADR Scholar in Residence. He spoke to a law class and also gave a talk during the day.
Giving advice to students who are interested in career opportunities in mediation and arbitration is part of Pitts" law school agenda.
In addition to meeting with students, Pitts was honored by the law school at a luncheon marking his 30 years as an adjunct professor, teaching trial advocacy as well as negotiation and mediation advocacy.