CSDR-LL.M. E-newsletter Archives
Vol. 4, Issue 34 - June 18, 2004
LUNCH AND LEARN SERIES: CHOOSING MEDIATION, COLLABORATIVE LAW, OR COOPERATIVE LAW
JULY 7, KANSAS CITY, MO
On Wed., July 7, the Missouri Chapter of Association of Family and Conciliation Courts is sponsoring a brown bag lunch on “Fitting the Forum to the Family Fuss: Choosing Mediation, Collaborative Law, or Cooperative Law for Negotiating Divorce Cases.” Prof. John Lande, director of the LL.M. Program in Dispute Resolution, will present the program. This lunch series for professionals takes place at noon at the KCPT Studio conference room, 125 East 31st St., Kansas City. For more information, e-mail Kathleen Bird or call (816) 792-7681.
ROLE-PLAYS / PROBLEMS NEEDED FOR ABA DR SECTION LAW SCHOOL COMPETITION
The American Bar Association Section of Dispute Resolution seeks volunteers to draft competition problems for the 2005 Representation in Mediation Competition. The competition problems are relatively short (4-6 page) role-plays, containing both general information for all participants and confidential information for each side (which consists of a lawyer and their client). For more information e-mail Gina Viola Brown, director, Dispute Resolution Resource Center, ABA Section of Dispute Resolution before August 1. Deadline for completed problems: August 29.
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, MEDIATION & DISPUTE RESOLUTION CENTER OF BALTIMORE COUNTY, INC.
The Mediation & Dispute Resolution Center of Baltimore County, Inc. seeks an executive director. This is a part-time position. To apply, send a letter and resume to email@example.com. For more information, see the binder in Room 206. Application deadline: June 21.
PROGRAM ASSOCIATE FOR RELIGION AND CONFLICT RESOLUTION
NEW YORK, NY
The Tanebaum Center for Interreligious Understanding is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to building understanding among people of different religions. It seeks a program associate for religion and conflict resolution. Application deadline: July 1.
CONFLICT RESOLUTION SPECIALISTS
Integrated Water & Coastal Resources Management seeks conflict resolution specialists. Application deadline: July 8.
HARVARD NEGOTIATION RESEARCH FELLOWSHIPS
HARVARD LAW SCHOOL
The Harvard Negotiation Research Project at Harvard Law School has established a fellowship program for an outstanding law graduate committed to pursuing a legal academic career in the field of negotiation and dispute resolution. For more information, see the binder in 206 Hulston or contact Emily Sheren at (617) 495-9200. Application deadline: August 1.
SENIOR MEDIATORS, RESOLVE
RESOLVE, a non-profit, public policy dispute resolution organization, seeks senior mediators in its Washington, DC office. Applications accepted until position is filled.
GENERAL DEVELOPMENT OFFICER, US AGENCY FOR INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT (USAID)
The USAID has various foreign services mid-level positions worldwide that require a background in law and conflict management. See http://www.usaid.gov/careers/fmidlvls.html for a listing of announcements.