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CENTER TO CO-SPONSOR VICTIM OFFENDER DIALOGUE TRAINING
JULY 25-26, COLUMBIA , MO
A Victim Offender Dialogue Training will be held July 25-26 at the University of Missouri School of Law. The Center for the Study of Dispute Resolution is one of the co-sponsors. Paul Ladehoff, director of training programs for the Center, will participate as one of the trainers. Registration deadline: July 1.
LORI KLINE BECOMES NAME PARTNER
Lori Kline (LL.M. ’01) has become a name partner in Clay, Kline & Farout, LLC, in Columbia , MO.
JIAQI LIANG MAJOR RESEARCH PAPER ACCEPTED FOR UMASS CONFLICT STUDIES CONFERENCE
Jiaqi Liang (LL.M. ’07) will present a paper at the University of Massachusetts Boston Conflict Studies Conference on Oct. 31 - Nov. 1. This will be the paper she wrote for her LL.M. Major Research Project.
BRIAN PAPPAS WILL BEGIN NEW JOB AND IS GETTING MARRIED
Brian Pappas will begin a new job on July 1 as the Associate Director of the ADR Program at Michigan State University ' s College of Law , where he will conduct mediation trainings, organize symposia events, and lead program activities. He will graduate with his LL.M. in August. Brian also will be getting married at the end of August to Deborah Gutovitz in Kansas City . Congratulations Brian!
Additionally, Brian co-authored an article entitled "Confidentiality in Mediation: A Reality Check for the Process." The article was published in the April issue of ADR Quarterly, the State Bar of Michigan's ADR Section Newsletter and in May's issue of Laches, the Journal of the Oakland (Michigan) County Bar Association.
AALS DISPUTE RESOLUTION WORKS-IN-PROGRESS CONFERENCE SCHEDULED
OCT. 24-25, TEMPE, AZ
The Dispute Resolution Section of the Association of American Law Schools will hold a “works-in-progress” conference at the Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law at Arizona State University on October 24-25. Art Hinshaw (JD ’93, LLM ’00), Director of ASU's Lodestar Dispute Resolution Program, is coordinating the conference. For more information, contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
DIRECTOR, OFFICE OF ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION, FEDERAL ELECTION COMMISSION
The Federal Election Commission Office of Alternative Dispute Resolution seeks a director. Application deadline: June 30.
ASSISTANT PROFESSOR, CONFLICT RESOLUTION PROGRAM, PORTLAND STATE UNIVERSITY
Portland State University seeks an assistant professor for its graduate conflict resolution program.
ASSOCIATE OMBUDSPERSON DEPENDENT CONTRACTOR, COUNTY OF SANTA CLARA JUVENILE WELFARE OFFICE OF THE OMBUDS
SAN JOSE, CA
The County of Santa Clara Juvenile Welfare Office of the Ombuds seeks an associate ombudsperson dependent contractor.