LOVALERIE MULLINS AND PAUL LADEHOFF ARE GIVING WORKSHOPS
MU LAW SCHOOL , NOV. 21 AND DEC. 13, NOON TO 1 PM
LL.M. student LoValerie Mullins and Paul Ladehoff, director of the Campus Mediation Service, will give a workshop on “Understanding Interests – Managing Responses” on Nov. 21 and a workshop entitled, “Dealing with Difficult People on Dec. 13. Both workshops will be in the Law School from noon to 1. Space is limited. If interested in attending, contact Paul Ladehoff at firstname.lastname@example.org.
PAULA YOUNG PUBLISHES ARTICLE ON APPROPRIATENESS OF MEDIATION
Appalachian Law School Associate Professor Paula Young (’03) recently published a column entitled “The ‘What’ of Mediation: When Is Mediation the Right Process Choice?” which describes the increasing acceptance of mediation. See http://www.mediate.com/articles/young18.cfm?nl=114.
CONFLICT STUDIES CONFERENCE
NOV. 2-4, BOSTON, MA
The University of Massachusetts Boston Graduate Programs in Dispute Resolution has organized the Sixth Biennial Conflict Studies Conference, “The New Generation of Ideas.” The conference will be Nov. 2-4. For more information, see http://www.disres.umb.edu/conference.php.
NEUTRALS, STONEWALL ADR
Stonewall ADR seeks to increase its panel of neutrals. They are looking for people who have an affiliation with, or are a member of, the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender community. For more information on Stonewall ADR, see http://www.stonewalladr.com/index.php or contact Terry at 310-570-0031 or TCherry@StonewallADR.com.
PROGRAM MANAGER, SOLIYA
NEW YORK OR LOS ANGELES
Soliya is a new nonprofit organization using the latest in internet and communication technologies to bridge the divide between the “West” and the “Arab & Muslim World.” Soliya seeks a program manager based in New York or Los Angeles who would play a lead role in managing the implementation of the Connect Program as well as helping with tasks related to Soliya’s organizational development. Application deadline: Nov. 12. For details, e-mail email@example.com.