Robert B. Moberly, Professor of Law and Dean Emeritus, received his B.S. degree in economics and his J. D. from the University of Wisconsin. Prior to his service as Dean at Arkansas, he was Trustee Research Fellow and Professor of Law at the University of Florida, where he served as Director of the Institute for Dispute Resolution. Additional appointments included visiting professorships at the University of Illinois, the University of Louvain, Belgium, and the Polish Academy of Sciences. He also served as a law clerk on the Wisconsin Supreme Court. Professor Moberly has published extensively in the areas of labor law and conflict resolution, co-authoring two books and publishing more than thirty articles in law reviews, including Cornell, Florida, Illinois, Washington and Wisconsin, as well as in scholarly journals such as the Journal of Legal Education. He has received grants from the U.S. Departments of Labor and Agriculture, as well as other granting entities. He was honored by the Center for Public Resources for Outstanding Alternative Dispute Resolution Scholarship, and was the principal drafter of mediator ethical standards adopted by the Florida Supreme Court. He served as Chair of the Alternative Dispute Resolution and Labor Law Sections of the Association of American Law Schools, and was an executive board member of the Labor Law Group and the U.S. Branch of the International Society for Labor Law and Social Security. He is a thirty-year member of the National Academy of Arbitrators, a Life Member of the Labor and Employment Relations Association, a Charter Member of the Association for Conflict Resolution, and a member of the American, Arkansas, Florida (faculty affiliate), Tennessee and Wisconsin Bar Associations. Professor Moberly teaches courses in alternative dispute resolution and labor arbitration. He serves as co-advisor of the student Employment and Labor Law Society.