Jennifer L. Schulz
Associate Professor and Associate Dean (Research and Graduate Studies), Faculty of Law

Address: 452 Robson Hall
  University of Manitoba
  Winnipeg, MB R3T 2N2
Phone:   204.474.7958
Fax: 204.474.7580

Dr. Jennifer L. Schulz is an Associate Professor and Associate Dean (Research and Graduate Studies) at the Faculty of Law, University of Manitoba, specialising in dispute resolution.  Previously, Dr. Schulz was an invited research fellow at the Program on Negotiation at Harvard Law School, an adjunct professor at the Faculty of Law, University of Toronto, and the Associate Director of the LL.M. in ADR program at Osgoode Hall Law School.  Dr. Schulz is the recipient of a SSHRC grant, has won a “Professor of the Year” Award, is a practicing mediator, and is currently researching the depiction of conflict resolvers in popular culture media.

S.J.D., University of Toronto, 2006; M.Phil., University of Cambridge, 1995; LL.B., University of Manitoba, 1994; B.A. (Gold Medal), University of Manitoba, 1991.

Areas of Specialization:
Mediation; negotiation; conflict resolution in popular culture; women mediators

Selected Recent Publications:
Schulz, J.L. (2012, forthcoming). Canada: ADR and the Associates. Law and Justice on the Small Screen. London: Hart.

Schulz, J.L. (2011, forthcoming). Settlement & Mediation in Canadian Television, 2. Journal of Arbitration and Mediation

Schulz, J.L. (2009). girls club Does Not Exist. Lawyers in Your Living Room: Law on Television. Chicago: ABA Press.

Schulz, J.L. (2008). Law & Film: Where are the Mediators?  University of Toronto Law Journal.

Schulz, J.L. (2007). The Mediator as Cook: Mediation Metaphors at the Movies. Journal of Dispute Resolution.

Schulz, J.L. (2007). Civil Liability for Mediators, in A.J. Stitt (ed.) Alternative Dispute Resolution Practice Manual, Toronto: CCH Canadian Limited at 8561.

Schulz, J.L. (2006). Confectionery and Conflict Resolution?  What Chocolat Reveals about Mediation. Harvard Negotiation Journal 22(3), 251-277.

Schulz, J.L. (2004). Cultural Individualism, Collectivism, and Conflict Resolution Preferences, in ADR & the Law (19th ed.), New York:  Fordham University Press at 99.