Salman Al Saud is a doctoral student from Saudi Arabia. He currently works as an Administrator with the University of Dammam in Dammam, Saudi Arabia. Salman was a mediation and legal intern for the Royal Consulate General of Saudi Arabia in Los Angeles, CA. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in Law from Prince Mohammad Bin Fahd University and a Masters of Law (LLM) from Southwestern Law School.
Mr. Al Saud’s dissertation analyzes Saudi Arabia’s Advanced Dispute Resolution (ADR) methods. More specifically the regulations, frameworks, and processes that is associated with practice of mediation. He hopes to gain a better understanding of the benefits and implications of the current ADR process, taking into account the more globalized approach under the Saudi Vision of 2030.
Faculty Advisor: Hiro Aragaki