Centre for Creative Problem Solving
The media portrays lawyers as fighters. Although this role is sometimes appropriate, but with the passage of time the clients and society are increasingly asking lawyers to approach problems more creatively.
The Centre develops curriculum, research, and projects to educate students and lawyers the methods to prevent problems where possible, and creatively solve those problems that exist. The Centre focuses both on using the traditional analytical process more creatively and on using nontraditional problem solving processes, drawn from business, psychology, economics, neuroscience, and sociology among others.