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DANIEL SHAPIRO TO SPEAK AT LAW SCHOOL
WED., MARCH 15, 2 PM in ROOM 7
Daniel Shapiro, associate director of the Harvard Negotiation Project, will give a presentation drawing from his new book, Beyond Reason: Using Emotions as You Negotiate. The program is at 2 pm on Wed., March 15, Room 7, Hulston Hall. The Center for the Study of Dispute Resolution is sponsoring this event.
ADR TRAINING INSTITUTE FOR MINORITY PROFESSIONALS CAPITAL UNIVERSITY LAW SCHOOL
JUNE 5-9, COLUMBUS, OH
Capital University Law School is holding a Training Institute for Minority Professionals in Alternative Dispute Resolution on June 5-9. For more information see http://www.law.capital.edu/adr/.
TRANSATLANTIC PERSPECTIVES ON ADR
JULY 26-28, LONDON, ENGLAND
The St. Johns University School of Law and The Chartered Institute of Arbitrators are sponsoring the Transatlantic Perspectives on ADR conference in London, England. For conference details see http://www.londonadr2006.com. Send presentation proposals with a brief topic description to David Gregory, firstname.lastname@example.org, as soon as possible.
STATEWIDE RESTORATIVE JUSTICE CONFERENCE
OCT. 27-29, INDEPENDENCE, MO
The Missouri Restorative Justice Coalition is co-sponsoring a statewide restorative justice conference Oct. 27-29 in Independence, MO. Keynote speakers will include Howard Zehr, Justice Michael Wolff, Judge Bria Hukalak from Canada, and Azim Khamisa, who wrote the book From Murder to Forgiveness. Workshops will focus on various aspects of restorative justice. For more details, contact Nina Balsam at email@example.com.