RICHARD REUBEN PUBLISHES ARTICLE ADVOCATING PROCESS PURITY OF ARBITRATION
Prof. Richard C. Reuben released his article, “Process Purity and Innovation in Dispute Resolution: A Response to Professors Stempel, Cole, and Drahozal,” which will be published in a forthcoming issue of the Nevada Law Journal. He challenges arguments that arbitration awards should be subject to substantive court review under various conditions, arguing that this would displace the finality of arbitration awards and undermine important process values of arbitration. The article is available at http://ssrn.com/abstract=1007506.
LYNN MALLEY AND PAUL LADEHOFF PROVIDE TRAINING
In July, Paul Ladehoff, training coordinator for the CSDR, and Lynn Malley (LL.M. ’03) provided an Advanced Agricultural Mediation Training in Springfield, IL, for the mediators on the roster of the Illinois Agriculture Mediation Program. At the time, Lynn was the coordinator of the statewide agricultural mediation program in Illinois.
PAULA YOUNG GIVES PRESENTATIONS AT CONFERENCE
Paula Young (LL.M. ’03) recently gave two programs at the 16th Annual Conference for Mediators and Arbitrators hosted by the Florida Dispute Resolution Center in Orlando, FL. Her programs were: “So Grieve it, Just Greive it: What Florida Mediators Should Know about the Disciplinary Process” and “ Party Self-Determination: Protecting it Procedurally and Substantively.”
DISPUTE RESOLUTION WORKS IN PROGRESS CONFERENCE
OCT. 19-20, MARQUETTE UNIVERSITY LAW SCHOOL, MILWAUKEE, WI
The First Annual Dispute Resolution Works in Progress Conference will be Oct. 19-20 in Milwaukee, WI. For more information, see http://law.marquette.edu/cgi-bin/site.pl?2130&pageID=3374.
MEDIATION PROGRAM COORDINATOR, PENINSULA CONFLICT RESOLUTION CENTER
SAN MATEO, CA
The Peninsula Conflict Resolution Center seeks an individual to serve as a coordinator in the mediation program. Application review will begin immediately and the position will remain open until filled. For details, see http://www.pcrcweb.org/about/jobs.jsp.