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PROF. RICHARD REUBEN PRESENTS PAPER
On Nov. 3, Prof . Richard Reuben presented a paper entitled Confidentiality in Arbitration: Beyond the Myth, at a symposium on Secrecy and Transparency in Dispute Resolution hosted by the University of Kansas School of Law.
THE POWER OF THE CIRCLE - NATIVE AMERICAN TRADITIONS
NOV. 17, COLUMBIA , MO
The November Community Circle will be “The Power of the Circle – Sharing Different Traditions of Native American Tribes,” to be held at the Columbia Public Library Friends Room on Thurs., Nov. 17 at 6 pm. For more information, see http://www.gocolumbiamo.com/CommunityServices/Agendas/SCAT/2005/circle_flyer_11-17-05.pdf.
WILLIAM J. PIERCE WRITING CONTEST
The National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws is offering the William J. Pierce Writing Contest. This contest is for current law students as well as those that have graduated in the past year. Any article, note, or comment that addresses a uniform or model act, or an issue arising, from a uniform or model act promulgated by NCCUSL is eligible. Entry deadline: Dec. 1. For more information, see http://www.nccusl.org/Update/Docs/EssayContest.pdf.
CALL FOR PAPERS
SECOND ANNUAL SYMPOSIUM THE CENTER FOR GLOBAL TRADE AND DEVELOPMENT, CHAPMAN UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF LAW
ORANGE, SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
The Center for Global Trade and Development at Chapman University School of Law is accepting papers for its 2nd Annual Symposium, “Are We At War” to be held April 6-8. For more information, see http://www.chapman.edu/law/programs/clinics/globalTrade.asp. Submission deadline: Dec. 5.
ADJUNCT FACULTY, SULLIVAN UNIVERSITY
Sullivan University’s Graduate Dispute Resolution Studies Program seeks adjunct faculty to teach online. For more information on the program and adjunct faculty requirements, see http://home.sullivan.edu/grad_school/graduate/ or contact John Willis, PhD, Director of Graduate ADR Studies, 800-844-1354, ext. 554, firstname.lastname@example.org.