ALI-ABA TELEPHONE SEMINAR ON RESEARCH SOURCES AND STRATEGIES IN INTERNATIONAL COMMERCIAL ARBITRATION
APRIL 13, 11 AM CENTRAL
Prof. Stacie Strong's book, “Research and Practice in International Commercial Arbitration Sources and Strategies” published by Oxford University Press, will be the subject of the ALI-ABA telephone seminar on Mon., April 13. You can receive a discount if you use the code: TSPKC10CSD. For details, see http://ali-aba.org/index.cfm?fuseaction=courses.course&course_code=TSPKC10.
LYNN MALLEY STARTED CONSULTING BUSINESS
Lynn Malley (JD '84, LLM '03) has started a consulting business primarily aimed at using conflict management and communications skills and system design to support members of the armed services, their families and communities through repeated deployment cycles. Lynn serves on the Oklahoma Committees of Employers in Support of the Guard and Reserve Inter-Service Family Assistance as well as the Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Policy Team on Returning Veterans. Her business grew out of the needs she saw on these committees and when briefing families on conflict resolution skills at Yellow Ribbon Reintegration events during 2008. Anyone with an interest in serving this group or with information about what is going on in their region is invited to contact Lynn at firstname.lastname@example.org or through her developing web site at www.mediate.com/malley . Also, there is an April 13 deadline to sign up for the April 16 CLE program mentioned in the last newsletter, “Paving the Way Home-It's No Yellow Brick Road for Veterans of their Families How the Dispute/Conflict Resolution Community Can Be of Service.” For more information, see http://www.abanet.org/dispute/cle/Veterans.pdf.