Daniel Gandert is a Clinical Assistant Professor of Law in the Center on Negotiation and Mediation at Northwestern Law School. Gandert teaches the Negotiation Workshop and serves as faculty in the Lawyer as Problem Solver program. He also provides facilitation and conflict resolution training for the Student Bar Association's Committee for Community Dialogue at Northwestern Law School. Gandert is a certified mediator. Additionally, he coordinates programming and advises international students at Northwestern Law School. Gandert has served as faculty advisor for the International Team Project and has run programs in Brazil and Tanzania. Gandert is an alumnus of Northwestern Law School where he received the Wigmore Key Award which is presented each year to the "graduating student who has done the most to help preserve the traditions of the law school." He has a passion for Olympic sports and an interest in international sports arbitration. Gandert has presented his research on international sports arbitration at the International Association Sports Law World Congress on Sports Law.
- JD, Northwestern University
- Lecturer, Northwestern University School of Law
- Clinical Instructor, Northwestern University School of Law