John Inglish is the Program Director for the Conflict & Dispute Resolution Masters program, an interdisciplinary program housed at the University of Oregon School of Law. Prior to this, John served as an Education Program Specialist with the Oregon Department of Education where he managed the special education mediation program. Prior to ODE, John served as a research associate and director for Technical Assistance and Consulting Services, an outreach unit housed in the University of Oregon's College of Education. John's early career history includes work as an instructional assistant, job coach, school-based occupational therapy practitioner, civil rights advocate, and attorney. He spent over 10 years providing services to students with disabilities in school districts in Utah, California, and Maine. Subsequently, he worked on education and other civil rights issues for the Disability Law Center of Utah. John¹s interests include procedural safeguards and dispute resolution under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA), school discipline reform, juvenile justice, school-based mental health, assistive technology, and restorative justice. John holds undergraduate degrees in occupational therapy and psychology, a master's in public administration and policy, and a doctorate in law.
Conflict & Dispute Resolution (CRES) Master’s Program
University of Oregon School of Law
Eugene, OR 97403-1221United States