Antonio Mendoza, J.D.
Tony Mendoza, Professor Emeritus, Pepperdine University School of Law and Distinguished Visiting Professor at ETS, is a practicing attorney in the field of international business law. In that field he has gained a deep appreciation for, and much experience in, the ins and outs of multicultural conflict resolution. He is the author of International Business Planning: Practice and Procedure (West Group, 2001), a textbook in that field used in law schools throughout the country. A skilled mediator and arbitrator, Tony brings biblical principles of conflict resolution to multiple business, cultural, ecclesiastical, and personal situations. Tony and his wife Maria have two daughters and two grandsons.
Seminars and Conferences in English and Spanish
Biblical Principles in Conflict Resolution: This is a two-day conference—preferably presented on two separate Saturdays—dealing with the believer’s role in the “ministry of reconciliation” (2 Corinthians 5:18). The first day focuses on the nature of conflict, the second day deals with the dispute resolution process. The seminar includes role playing in various conflict situations.
How did Christ Respond to Conflict?: A message, suitable for a Sunday church service or other event with similar time constraints, covering the five ways in which Jesus sinlessly responded to interpersonal conflict, and what conditions dictate the use of each.