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PROF. JOHN LANDE WILL SPEAK IN CANADA AND CALIFORNIA
Prof. John Lande will teach a “Master Class on Mediation” at the annual Alberta Arbitration and Mediation Society conference, “ADR in the Mainstream: The Future is Now!” The class will be on April 1 in Calgary, Alberta. He will speak at a Pepperdine Law School conference, “Teaching Law School ADR Classes,” in a plenary session entitled, “Fitting ADR into Your Law School Curriculum.” The conference will take place in Malibu, CA on June 21-22.
PROF. S.I. STRONG’S MOST RECENT ARTICLE TO BE PUBLISHED IN SWITZERLAND
Professor S.I. Strong’s most recent article, “Collective Arbitration Under the DIS Supplementary Rules for Corporate Law Disputes: A European Form of Class Arbitration?”, will be published in the ASA Bulletin in March. The article discusses a new form of collective arbitration in Germany and compares it to class arbitration in the United States. The ASA Bulletin is published by the Association Suisse de l’Arbitrage (the Swiss Arbitration Association) and is one of the leading peer-reviewed journals in the world of international commercial arbitration.
MARY JUDE CANTORIAS PRESENTS PAPER AT SYMPOSIUM ON CONFLICT RESOLUTION
Mary Jude Cantorias (LL.M. ’10) recently presented her paper entitled “Court-Annexed Mediation in the Philippines: Lack of Good-Faith Standard Requirement, quo vadis? - A Comparative Paradigm,” at the 20th Annual Symposium on Conflict Resolution, on Feb. 4 in Ottawa, Canada. The Symposium was co-sponsored by Saint Paul University, Carleton University, and the University of Ottawa. For more information, see http://www2.carleton.ca/npsia/events/20th-annual-symposium-on-conflict-resolution/.
NEW ONLINE DISPUTE RESOLUTION NEWSPAPER
The ADR TIMES, a new online dispute resolution newspaper, is sponsored by the Agency for Dispute Resolution. The newspaper has articles, jobs, and forums related to ADR. To learn more, see http://www.adrtimes.com/.
PROGRAM MANAGER, CONFLICT AND DISPUTE RESOLUTION MASTERS PROGRAM
UNIVERSITY OF OREGON, EUGENE
The University of Oregon seeks a program manager for its Conflict and Dispute Resolution Masters Program. Review of applications begins Feb. 24, and will continue until the position is filled.
OMBUDSPERSON, SOUTH TEXAS COLLEGE
Student Life of South Texas College seeks a student ombudsperson. This position is open until filled, screening begins Feb. 28.
CIVIL ADR CASE MANAGER, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA COURTS
The Multi-Door Dispute Resolution division within the District of Columbia Courts, seeks a civil ADR Case Manager. Application deadline: Feb. 28.
SENIOR ASSOCIATE, KEYSTONE CENTER FOR SCIENCE AND PUBLIC POLICY
The Keystone Center for Science and Public Policy seeks a senior associate. Application deadline: Feb. 28.
PROGRAM OFFICER, UNIVERSITY OF SAN DIEGO, JOAN B. KROC INSTITUTE FOR PEACE AND JUSTICE
SAN DIEGO, CA
The University of San Diego Joan B. Kroc Institute for Peace and Justice seeks a program officer. Application deadline: March 7.
MEDIATOR, NATIONAL MEDIATION BOARD
The National Mediation Board seeks a mediator. Application deadline: Mar. 14.
OMBUDSMAN, THE WORLD BANK GROUP
LOCATION: TO BE DETERMINED
The World Bank seeks an ombudsman. Application deadline: March 16.
LABOR AND EMPLOYEE RELATIONS SPECIALIST, PUBLIC SCHOOLS, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
The District of Columbia Public Schools seeks a labor and employee relations specialist.
CASE MANAGER, MANHATTAN MEDIATION
The Manhattan Mediation Center seeks a case manager.