Professor of Law
Professor Schneider joined the faculty of Marquette Law School in 1996. She teaches ADR, Negotiation, Ethics, International Law, International Conflict Resolution and Art Law. She also helps to run the nationally-ranked ADR program at Marquette Law School. Prior to joining Marquette, Professor Schneider was a Visiting Professor of Political Science and International Affairs at the Elliot School of International Affairs at George Washington University, as well as an associate at Arent Fox in Washington, D.C., where she specialized in international corporate transactions. Professor Schneider also has served as a lecturer at Stanford Law School and a Teaching Fellow at Harvard Law School.
Professor Schneider is the author or co-author of numerous books and book chapters in the field of dispute resolution including DISPUTE RESOLUTION: EXAMPLES AND EXPLANATIONS (Aspen 2009, 2nd. ed. 2011) with Michael Moffitt and co-editor of THE NEGOTIATOR'S FIELDBOOK (ABA 2007) with Christopher Honeyman. Her other textbooks include NEGOTIATION: PROCESSES FOR PROBLEM-SOLVING (Aspen 2006) and MEDIATION: PRACTICE, POLICY & ETHICS (Aspen 2006), as well as DISPUTE RESOLUTION: BEYOND THE ADVERSARIAL MODEL (Aspen 2005, 2nd ed. 2011), with Carrie Menkel-Meadow, Lela Love & Jean Sternlight. She also is a co-author of two additional books on negotiation with Roger Fisher, BEYOND MACHIAVELLI: TOOLS FOR COPING WITH CONFLICT and COPING WITH INTERNATIONAL CONFLICT. Professor Schneider also wrote CREATING THE MUSEE d'ORSAY: THE POLITICS OF CULTURE IN FRANCE (Penn State Press, 1998). Professor Schneider has published numerous articles on negotiation and international law, including articles in the Harvard Negotiation Law Review, Conflict Resolution Quarterly, Michigan Journal of International Law, University of Pennsylvania Journal of International Economic Law and the Negotiation Journal.
In 2009, Professor Schneider was awarded the Woman of the Year Award given by the Wisconsin Law Journal and the Association for Women Lawyers. In 2000, Professor Schneider was given an Outstanding Achievement Award by the American College of Civil Trial Mediators for her work as the national coordinator for the ABA Law Student Representation in Mediation Competition.
Professor Schneider regularly conducts negotiation and mediation training sessions for law firms, bar associations, court systems, and companies around the country. Recent clients include Godfrey & Kahn, Quarles & Brady, Continental Properties, Wells Fargo, Northwestern Mutual, Principal Insurance, Federal Circuit Court Mediators, American Association of Matrimonial Attorneys, and the New Mexico Second Judicial District. She also served as the co-chair of the ABA Task Force on Mediator Credentialing.
Professor Schneider received her A.B. cum laude from the Woodrow Wilson School of International Affairs and Public Policy at Princeton University and her J.D. cum laude from Harvard Law School. She also received a Diploma from the Academy of European Law in Florence, Italy.