CSDR-LL.M. E-newsletter Archives
Vol. 1, Issue 12 - November 10, 2000
BROWN BAG LUNCH SERIES
CSDR is sponsoring one more exciting brownbag lunch presentation on this coming Monday. The brownbag will take place in the Courtroom (Room 112) and begin at 12:10 p.m.
November 13 - Public Affairs Professor Lisa Zanetti and Theatre doctoral student Kate Sinnett will give a presentation, "Using the Theatre of the Oppressed for Conflict Resolution."
REMINDER: REGISTRATION FOR WINTER SEMESTER 2001
Earlier in October some LL.M. students had their photos taken for the class composite (similar to the one of 3L students on the wall outside of the courtroom). Not everyone had the opportunity to participate. We want to schedule a make-up date that will suit everyone's schedule. Figuring that most students are on campus on Mondays, we would try to schedule something from 1 p.m.-2 p.m. on a Monday. Is there a particular week that would work better than others?
Having your photo taken does not cost you anything. You have the opportunity to purchase copies of the photo for your personal use if you so choose. For the photo you should wear professional attire. These will be portraits, so if you want to wear bluejeans or shorts on the bottom with business attire on top, that's just fine. If you are a part-time student from last year and you do not want to have your photo retaken, just let Karen know. We can use the photo from last year.
Please notify Karen Neylon at firstname.lastname@example.org
by Tuesday, November 14 to let her know if you have a preference on which week we will schedule the session.
THE CHARLES "CHIC" NICHOL ESSAY AWARD
The Wisconsin Association of Mediators is sponsoring an essay contest in remembrance of the outstanding contribution made to the mediation profession by Charles "Chic" Nichol. This award recognizes an outstanding article on the practice of mediation. Essay contest submissions will be judged on originality and unique contribution to the field. The award-winning article will be published as the lead article in The Mediation Journal. The author of the winning essay will receive a $500 cash award. Articles must be received by Sept. 1, 2001 to be eligible for the award. For details on submitting an article and a copy of last years' winning article, please see the binder on Laura Coleman's desk in room 206.
RESEARCH PROPOSALS WANTED FOR: EXPLORING CONFLICT RESOLUTION AND CROSS-CULTURAL COMMUNICATION: A COLLABORATION AMONG SCHOLARS FROM THE UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI, THE NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF IRELAND, GALWAY AND THE UNIVERSITY OF ULSTER
Projects eligible to receive funds will come from a variety of disciplines and will focus on communication processes in divided societies, community conflict (including ethnic/group and nationalist conflict), and conflict resolution. For more details on requirements and who is eligible please see the binder on Laura Coleman's desk.
CALENDAR OF ADR EVENTS IN THE MIDWEST (MOSTLY)
ATTORNEY POSITION AT THE NATIONAL ARCHIVES AND RECORDS ADMINISTRATION IN COLLEGE PARK, MD
Assistant General Counsel, Office of the General Counsel, National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) GS-905-13-14. Principal responsibilities include: Managing NARA's Alternative Dispute Resolution Program, including arranging and overseeing mediations, facilitation's and other resolution techniques. For more information and a complete description of the position, please see the binder on Laura Coleman's desk.
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, JEFF-LEWIS MEDIATION CENTER, INC. IN WATERTOWN, NY
A non-profit agency sponsoring four court-related programs. Experience in all agency fiscal responsibilities, in planning and administering operational budgets and in grant writing; Administrative experience with strong supervisory and staff leadership skills; Experience and training in the field of conflict resolution and mediation for both service delivery and program oversight; Leadership ability in working with non-profits and volunteers. For more information please see the binder on Laura Coleman's desk.
RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT DIRECTOR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
CDRI is and educational nonprofit organization that began operating in 1997. It works closely with the California Dispute Resolution Council (CDRC) to promote sound, well-informed policy making by sponsoring conferences and dialogues, collecting policy-relevant information, conducting research, and undertaking a variety of other educational projects. The Director will handle the design, planning, coordination, supervision, funding and evaluation of all CDRI research and information-gathering projects. For a complete description of this position please see the binder on Laura Coleman's desk.