Douglas H. Yarn was a student at the University of Georgia in 1983 when his mentor, former Secretary of State Dean Rusk, got Yarn involved in conflict resolution, mostly from an international perspective.

Yarn graduated from UGA in 1984 and went on to be a litigator, an in-house lawyer at an investment banking firm and then an in-house mediator and lawyer with the American Arbitration Association.

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