Concerns: Credentialing and Bridging Gaps between Mediators of Color with Other Mediators

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Homer LaRue

Homer C. La Rue is an experienced and highly-sought arbitrator and mediator of workplace disputes. In addition, Professor La Rue is an accomplished educator in the field of alternative dispute resolution, teaching law since 1983 and as a tenured member of the faculty of law at Howard University School of…

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