The Osgoode Mediation Clinic is run by upper-year law students at Osgoode Hall Law School who are trained in mediation and are currently enrolled in the Mediation Intensive Clinical Program. All work is supervised by the Clinic Director, Professor Martha Simmons, or an accredited mediator.
Professor Martha E. Simmons
BA(Hons) (Huron University College), JD (Osgoode Hall Law School), LLM(ADR) (Osgoode Hall Law School), PhD Candidate (Osgoode Hall Law School), of the Bar of Ontario.
Martha Simmons is a Visiting Professor at Osgoode Hall Law School. She is also the Director of the Mediation Intensive Clinical Program and the Osgoode Mediation Clinic, and sits on the Executive Committee of the Winkler Institute for Dispute Resolution. Her research focus is in dispute resolution and legal education. She is a certified Collaborative Lawyer and mediator. In addition to the mediation program, Professor Simmons teaches negotiation and mediation in the JD program at Osgoode Hall Law School, and is also a faculty member of the part time LLM program in ADR at Osgoode Professional Development. She is a member of the Law Society of Upper Canada and serves on the Board of Governors at Havergal College, an all girls school in Toronto. Professor Simmons is a teaching award recipient from Osgoode Hall Law School.