The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law September 2010
ADR @ Moritz

Rishi Batra Named New Langdon Fellow

Rishi Batra

Rishi Batra

This summer Rishi Batra joined the Moritz College of Law as the new Langdon Fellow in Dispute Resolution. The Langdon Fellow works closely with Moritz College of Law professors who teach in the alternative dispute resolution field and supports the Alternative Dispute Resolution Program more generally at Moritz.

He is a graduate of Harvard Law School, where he served as the Training Director for the Harvard Mediation Program, and as a teaching assistant for in Harvard’s Program on Negotiation. He did his undergraduate work at UC Berkeley, where he received a B.S. in Electrical Engineering and a B.A. in Cognitive Science. Prior to coming to Moritz, Batra worked at McKinsey & Company, where he worked as a management consultant.

“I’m very excited to be at Moritz,” says Rishi. “This is one of the best law schools in Dispute Resolution, and to be working with the faculty and students here is a great opportunity.”

This semester, Rishi is co-teaching the Mediation Practicum with Professor Ellen Deason, as well as guiding students in the Dispute Resolution Certificate Program. In the spring, he will be assisting Professor Stulberg in the Multiparty Mediation Practicum.

Rishi replaces former Fellow Clymer Bardsley, who has gone on to join the Good Shepherd Mediation Program in Philadelphia, Pa., as a Training and Consulting Manager.

The Langdon Fellowship is a two-year appointment is named in honor of Larry R. Langdon ’61.

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