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PROF. JOHN LANDE INTERVIEWED IN ABA SECTION OF DISPUTE RESOLUTION NEWSLETTER
Prof. John Lande is featured in the Faces and Places section of the ABA Section of Dispute Resolution e-newsletter, “Just Resolutions.” You can read the interview at http://www.abanet.org/dispute/voice.html.
TAL ZARANKIN AND PROF. JAMES WALL WRITE PAPER ON ISRAELI AND U.S. COMMUNITY MEDIATION
Tal G. Zarankin (’03) and Center Senior Fellow Prof. James A. Wall wrote a paper for the 2006 International Association for Conflict Management, which compares mediation in the United States and Israel. They found that Israeli mediators generally were more assertive than U.S. mediators, relying more frequently on techniques of putting the disputants together, calling for concessions, and advising the disputants on how to act in the dispute. The paper, entitled “Israeli and U.S. Community Mediation,” can be downloaded at http://ssrn.com/abstract=913656.
PROGRAM DIRECTOR, CONFLICT RESOLUTION EDUCATION, WESTERN JUSTICE CENTER
The Western Justice Center seeks a program director for its conflict resolution education program. For details on this position, see http://www.westernjustice.org/. Position is available immediately.
PROGRAM MANAGER, VIRGINIA TECH
BLACKSBURG , VA
The Office for Equal Opportunity at Virginia Tech University seeks an individual with a strong background in conflict resolution to implement a comprehensive conflict resolution program in a higher education setting. You can apply at http://www.jobs.vt.edu, referencing posting #061193. Review of applications will begin on Dec. 10 and will continue until an appointment is made.
FELLOWSHIPS AND INTERNSHIPS, WESTERN JUSTICE CENTER
The Western Justice Center Foundation announces internships, fellowships and volunteer opportunities for winter 2007. For details, see http://www.westernjustice.org /. Application deadline: Dec. 20.
LECTURER / SENIOR LECTURER IN LAW, UNIVERSITY OF TASMANIA
The University of Tasmania seeks to fill three positions. Expertise in commercial / corporate law or legal skills / alternative dispute resolution is desirable. For details, see http://www.utas.edu.au/jobs, position number HA 297/06. Application deadline: Jan. 8.
DIRECTOR, ADR CLINIC, SOUTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF LAW
Southern Illinois University School of Law seeks to fill a 12-month, full-time, clinical faculty position with the primary responsibility of running the School of Law's Alternative Dispute Resolution Clinic, beginning in the 2007-08 academic year. Applications should be submitted electronically at http://www.law.siu.edu/employment. A completed application will require a letter of application, resume and the contact information for three references. Application deadline: Jan. 15 or until position is filled. Lynn Malley (’03) has been in this position as a visiting professor and can answer questions about it. You can e-mail her at email@example.com.
CHAIR OF CONFLICT ANALYSIS AND RESOLUTION, GEORGE MASON UNIVERSITY
The Institute for Conflict Analysis and Resolution at George Mason University invites applications for the Drucie French Cumbie Chair of Conflict Analysis and Resolution. Application review begins: Jan. 15. For details, see https://jobs.gmu.edu/applicants/jsp/shared/frameset/Frameset.jsp?time=1165604022461, select “search positions,” and enter the job number, F6433Z.
CONFLICT RESOLUTION PROFESSOR, MONTEREY INSTITUTE OF INTERNATIONAL STUDIES
The Monterey Institute of International Studies seeks a conflict resolution professor to teach core classes in international negotiation and conflict resolution. For details, see http://www.miis.edu/docs/hr/ConflictResolutionProfessor_11_06.pdf. Application deadline: March 23.
COURT ADR RESOURCES DIRECTOR, MARYLAND MEDIATION AND CONFLICT RESOLUTION OFFICE
The Maryland Mediation and Conflict Resolution Office seeks a court ADR resources director to work collaboratively with judges, lawyers and other appropriate court personnel in Maryland's Circuit Courts across the state to help advance their court ADR programs. For more details, see http://mdcourts.gov. This position is open until filled.
MEDIATION COORDINATOR, PALLADIA HOME BASE
The Palladia Home Base program, a homeless prevention program, seeks a mediation coordinator. For details, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
PART-TIME MEDIATOR ATTORNEY, WISCONSIN SPECIAL EDUCATION MEDIATION SYSTEM
The Wisconsin Special Education Mediation System is looking for a part-time mediator/attorney (about 12 hours per week) to provide technical assistance to the intake coordinator, the mediators, and users of the system. For details, see http://www.cesa7.k12.wi.us/sped/wsems/rfp.html.
CONFLICT STUDIES FACULTY, LITHUANIA CHRISTIAN COLLEGE
Lithuania Christian College, LCC, is looking for faculty and community workers in the field of conflict studies. To learn more, see http://www.lcc.lt/opportunities/.