Jae Barrick is the Saltman Center for Conflict Resolution Graduate Fellow. Working alongside Professor Lydia Nussbaum (the Assistant Director of the Saltman Center for Conflict Resolution), Barrick provides supervision and mentorship to the law students in the mediation clinic and leads a mediation practicum for law students taking Professor Nussbaum 's family law class. Barrick works closely with students and other faculty in organizing and running ADR competitions at the law school and serves as the coach for teams preparing for regional and national ADR competitions such as the ABA Client Counseling competition and the ABA Negotiation competition. Barrick provides oversight and supervision in UNLV's Parking Arbitration program where law students are trained and serve as arbitrators in disputes over parking tickets issued on the UNLV campus.
Barrick is a graduate of the William S. Boyd School of Law and a practicing attorney in the law firm of Gallian Welker & Beckstrom LC. Barrick serves on the Outsource Mediation Committee and the CIP Panel of Mediators for dependency actions in the Eighth Judicial District Court.
Barrick believes in empowering the individual through the use of alternative methods for resolving issues and advocates for the use of mediation to empower individuals whenever conflicts arise. Barrick provides pro bono services to foster children, victims of domestic violence and military veterans through the Pro Bono project of Legal Aid of Southern Nevada. Barrick also represents transgendered clients for Nevada Legal Services in obtaining name changes and gender marker changes for new birth certificates. Barrick serves as an Honorary Director to NV CURE, an inmate rights and reentry advocacy organization.
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