Justin is the Chief Project Officer with Advancing Dispute Resolution, an organization dedicated to helping move the ADR field further, faster. His current focus is on exploring the emerging big data on dispute resolution and creating visual dashboards and data artistry that reveal new opportunities for ADR organizations and practitioners. Example projects in this area include an exploration of what people search for when in conflict by examining over 150 million conflict-related search queries; a review of what people are saying about ADR by analyzing ten million ADR-specific tweets; a look at how our field is spreading by cataloguing over ten thousand ADR job descriptions; and a reflection on the field's self-promotion by coding the text on over a thousand ADR websites. Justin previously served as Executive Director for both the Association for Conflict Resolution, as well as the National Association for Community Mediation. He founded a community mediation program serving the Indianapolis metropolitan area, served as the Project Manager for the Indiana Supreme Court's Mortgage Foreclosure Mediation Program, was an award-winning Associate Professor of Negotiations and ADR with Indiana University, and serves on the Editorial Board for Mediation Theory and Practice. He received graduate degrees from Pepperdine University’s Straus Institute for Dispute Resolution, Indiana University in nonprofit management, and the University of Cambridge in cross-sector partnerships.