Keith Regehr

Adjunct Instructor

Keith Regehr
Contact:
kregehr@uwaterloo.ca

Education:

BA, University of Winnipeg, 1981

JD, Osgood Law School of York University, 1985

MA, University of Waterloo, 2008

Scholarly and Professional Activities:

Board Member of Mennonite Central Commitee (2018-present)

Member of Family Mediation Canada

Member of the Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) Institute and the Association for Conflict Resolution.

Courses Taught:

  • PACS 202: Conflict Resolution
  • PACS 313: Community Conflict Resolution
  • PACS 626: Conflict Resolution Skills Training

About:

Keith Regehr has extensive experience in family law, divorce mediation, employment litigation, professional ethics, organizational conflict resolution and mediation training. While not currently practicing law, he has worked in private practice, as well as serving as staff lawyer for the Law Society of Upper Canada investigating allegations of serious professional misconduct.

Regehr has international experience, working in southern Africa on issues of human rights and political transition, as well as teaching mediation to construction professionals in the Middle East through the Institute of Peace and Conflict Studies' Certificate Program in Conflict Management.

Keith also teaches conflict resolution in the undergraduate Peace and Conflict Studies program at Conrad Grebel University College, an affiliate college of the University of Waterloo, including a course on conflict resolution for engineering students. This varied background has given Keith the ability to work with a wide variety of people, respecting the diversity of viewpoints in the classroom, as well as affording him the skills to work with a wide variety of conflicts. He is a member of Family Mediation Canada, the Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) Institute and the Association for Conflict Resolution.