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ANNA LINGO TO SPEAK AT MU LAW SCHOOL
WED., NOV. 9, 1 PM, ROOM 112
LL.M. student Anna Lingo will give a talk entitled “Family Law and Estate Planning for Same Sex Couples” at 1 p.m. on Wed., Nov. 9, in Rm. 112 Hulston Hall (the courtroom). The talk is sponsored by the Alliance for Tolerance and Diversity and her presentation will include a discussion of two recent Missouri cases.
PAULA YOUNG ARRANGES SPECIAL ALL-MU LLM ISSUE OF APPALACHIAN LAW JOURNAL
Paula Young (’03), a member of the faculty of the Appalachian School of Law, has helped arrange for the publication of a special issue of the Appalachian Journal of Law devoted to ADR, in which all six of the issue’s authors are MU LL.M. graduates (including Paula). This will be the Journal’s first issue dedicated to ADR, which will be a permanent fixture of the Journal. For more information, see http://www.asl.edu/article.php?story_id=106&cmd=verbose.
DIRECTOR, STRAUS INSTITUTE FOR DISPUTE RESOLUTION, PEPPERDINE SCHOOL OF LAW
Pepperdine University School of Law seeks candidates to apply for the position of Director of the Straus Institute for Dispute Resolution. Application deadline: Nov. 15. For details, see http://law.pepperdine.edu/straus/position_announcement.html.
PROJECT MANAGER, ABA SECTION OF DISPUTE RESOLUTION
The American Bar Association Section of Dispute Resolution seeks a full-time project manager to manage policies and projects for the Section. For more information email ColemanL@missouri.edu or see http://www.abanet.org/hr/#c1001.