Adjunct Professor Darshan Brach has been an attorney since 1988 and a dispute resolution professional since 1996. Since her move from Massachusetts to California in 2005, she has primarily taught the Mediation Clinic at UC Hastings College of the Law. In addition, she has taught Mediation at UC Berkeley School of Law and Santa Clara University School of Law, as well as Negotiation at Mills College and UC Hastings College of the Law. She also taught an externship in Mediation at Stanford Law School. In Massachusetts, she taught Negotiation and Mediation as an Adjunct Professor and Clinical Instructor at New England School of Law and at the University of Massachusetts Graduate Program in Dispute Resolution. She was Director of Training at Metropolitan Mediation Services, where she supervised new mediators in district court settings and ran dispute resolution trainings for the public, as well as for numerous governmental entities. She works privately as a mediator and facilitator for families, businesses and individuals in conflict. She is presently pursuing a masters degree in Psychology which she hopes will add depth to her mediation skills.
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