CSDR-LL.M. E-newsletter Archives
Vol. 2, Issue 32 - May 3, 2002
ADMISSIONS COMMITTEE ADMITS MORE STUDENTS
The LL.M. Admissions Committee met last week and admitted more students to next year's class. So far, the Committee has admitted fifteen full-time and four part-time students for next year. These are not the final enrollment figures as some accepted applicants may not enroll and the Committee is still considering applicants, but this should reflect the core of next year's class. The admitted applicants are diverse internationally, with people from Chile, China, Israel, Korea, Lebanon, Peru, Singapore, and Sweden; several of the admittees are Fulbright scholars. The American students have diverse experience in a range of substantive areas including business, labor, tort, government, social welfare, and family law, among others. We welcome new admittees to our e-newsletter community.
PROFESSOR STERNLIGHT SPEAKS AT UNIVERSITY OF HOUSTON
Professor Jean Sternlight gave a talk on April 27 at a conference to the University of Houston's Center for Consumer Law. She spoke on consumers and mandatory arbitration.
PAULA YOUNG PUBLISHES ARTICLES
Paula Young, LL.M. ('02) has had two articles published: "Structural Causes of Conflict: Something Else May Need to Change," St. Louis Lawyer, February 6, 2002, and "Value-Based Conflicts: The Toughest Ones of All," St. Louis Lawyer, April 3, 2002.
CAPITAL UNIVERSITY LAW SCHOOL HOSTS CONFERENCE ON ADR AND MINORITIES
COLUMBUS, OH, MAY 20-21, 2002
Capital University Law School will host an interdisciplinary conference entitled, "Eliminating Barriers for Minorities in the Field of Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR)". The conference will be held at the Capital University Law School, 303 E. Broad St., Columbus, Ohio. If you would like more information, see the binder in 206 Hulston or contact Chuck Wright, PRASI, Practitioners Research and Scholarship Institute, 7365 Old National Highway, Suite B., Riverdale, GA 30296-1607, 770-997-2223, 770-997-8949.
TEACHING POSITION, NORTH CENTRAL COLLEGE, NAPERVILLE, IL
The North Central College in Naperville, IL is seeking a qualified individual to teach a 500-level summer graduate course entitled "Philosophy & Methods of Conflict Resolution". The course is a survey of the variety of contexts in which conflict resolution methods are employed. The course meets Wednesday nights from 6:30-10:00; the summer term has eight class meetings beginning the week of June 10 and ending the week of August 3. The course text is Deutsch & Coleman, The Handbook of Conflict Resolution from Jossey-Bass and an ancillary text of the instructor's choosing that focuses on an area of instructor interest and expertise. Contact Thomas Cavenagh, Associate Professor of Law & Conflict Resolution, North Central College, 30 North Brainard Street, Naperville, Illinois 60540, 630-637-5157, 630-637-5260 (fax), firstname.lastname@example.org
JENNINGS RANDOLPH PROGRAM FOR INTERNATIONAL PEACE SENIOR FELLOWSHIPS, WASHINGTON, DC
The United States Institute of Peace is accepting applications for fellowships. These fellowships support practitioners and scholars working on research projects concerning the sources and nature of international conflict and ways of preventing, managing or resolving conflict. The application deadline is September 16, 2002. Proposals in all fields are welcome. Fellowships are open to citizens of any country. Priority will be given to proposals that promise to make a timely contribution to the understanding and resolution of ongoing and emerging international conflicts. For 2003-2004, the Institute expects to award about 12 fellowships. Fellowships are usually awarded for 10 months beginning in October. Shorter-term residencies are also available. For more information and applications contact: United States Institute of Peace Jennings Randolph Program for International Peace, 1200 17th Street NW, Suite 200, Washington, DC 20036-3011 (202) 429-3886 E-Mail: email@example.com Web: www.usip.org/fellows.html Or at MU: Elly Van Mil, Director of Extramural Funding, Graduate School, 210 Jesse Hall, University of Missouri-Columbia, (573) 882-6314; E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org