Edward I. Selig
Adjunct Professor, City Planning and Urban Affairs
B.A., Yale University; M.A., Oxford University; L.L.B., Harvard University
Adjunct Professor Selig’s areas of expertise are dispute resolution and environmental law. His experience includes thirty years in the practice of law and twelve years as a facilitator for consensus-building and mediator of environmental and commercial disputes.
Current and Past Courses:
- MET UA 521 Environmental Law
Courses in Development:
- “Mediation Principles: An Environmental Case History,” Dispute Resolution Journal (Feb-April 2002).
- U.S. Institute for Environmental Conflict Resolution
- Association for Conflict Resolution