Loyola Center for Conflict Resolution (LCCR), a community-based mediation program, has served over 55,000 Los Angeles County residents since 1993, providing bilingual (English/Spanish) conflict resolution training and mediation services, including telephone conciliation and large group facilitation services. These services are provided by professional mediators alongside Loyola Law School students. LCCR has 300 to 500 cases pending at any given time, which come directly from members of the community and from social, government and legal services agencies. While LCCR provides these services in virtually any type of conflict where the parties are willing to participate, specialty areas include: consumer-debt, disability, divorce, employment, family, and landlord-tenant cases. If you are interested in our services and would like more information, click the link below. If you are a Loyola Law School student interested in opportunities at LCCR, click here.
These Services Are Made Possible Through Major Support from the Los Angeles County Department of Workforce Development, Aging and Community Services Through the California Dispute Resolution Programs Act.