CSDR-LL.M. E-newsletter Archives
Vol. 2, Issue 16 - December 7, 2001
DISPUTE RESOLUTION SYMPOSIUM
RESOLVING DISPUTES ARISING OUT OF THE CHANGING FACE OF AGRICULTURE: CHALLENGES PRESENTED BY LAW, SCIENCE, AND PUBLIC PERCEPTIONS
CARLISLE, PA, JAN. 18-19
The Center for Dispute Resolution of the Dickinson School of Law (Pennsylvania State University) presents its First Annual Dispute Resolution Symposium on January 18-19, 2002 at the Dickinson School of Law, Carlisle, Pennsylvania. The symposium is offered in collaboration with the Agricultural Law Research and Education Center and the Dickinson Journal of Environmental Law and Policy. For details on this program see the conference web site.
ETHICS AND ADR SEMINAR
ST. LOUIS, DEC. 14
The American Arbitration Association is offering an Ethics & ADR Seminar on Friday, December 14, 2001 from 9:30 to 11:00 A.M. at the American Arbitration Association St. Louis Regional Office, 100 North Broadway, Suite 1820. This program qualifies for one Ethics CLE Hour. Registration is $15 for AAA members and $30 for non-members. Registration is requested by December 7 by contacting Catherine O'Brien, phone (314) 621-7175; fax (314) 621-3730.
INTERNATIONAL ADR CONFERENCE
HONOLULU, HAWAII, APRIL 10-12
An International ADR Conference will take place on April 10-12, 2002, in Honolulu, Hawaii. The conference seeks to gather judges, attorneys, ADR practitioners and government and business ADR users from different countries to work collaboratively toward recommended elements and components of model international mediation and arbitration programs and skills development and training. A major purpose of the conference is to help build networks and friendships that will help promote collaborative and convergent international ADR development. The conference is sponsored by the Asia-Pacific Law & Policy Journal and the Inter-Pacific Bar Association, with the support of the East-West Center, the Hawaii State Bar Association Alternative Dispute Resolution Section and others. This conference will take place shortly after the American Bar Association Section on Dispute Resolution conference in Seattle, April 4-6, so some people may want to "piggyback" a trip to the Hawaii conference. For details on registration see the binder in 206 Hulston Hall.
PROGRAM OFFICER FOR CONFLICT TRANSFORMATION, WORLD CONFERENCE ON RELIGION AND PEACE, NEW YORK, NY
The World Conference on Religion and Peace (WCRP) is an international, interreligious coalition that seeks to promote dialogue and cooperation among representatives of the world's religious traditions in order to seek common action for peace. The organization has a 30-year track record and operates projects in every continent in the areas of conflict transformation, human rights, development, disarmament and peace education. Conflict Transformation is one of six substantive areas in which WCRP conducts its programmatic work. The Program Officer is responsible for the day-to-day management and oversight of project activities in the area of conflict transformation, and serves as the secretary to the Standing Commission on Conflict Transformation of the organization. For details see www.religionsforpeace.org Deadline for application December 15, 2001.
PROFESSOR OF CONFLICT TRANSFORMATION, SCHOOL FOR INTERNATIONAL TRAINING, BRATTLEBORO, VT
The School for International Training will be adding a new faculty position with responsibilities for both teaching and guiding the further development of its new M.A. in Conflict Transformation degree and CONTACT, its ongoing summer institute and graduate certificate programs in conflict transformation. A successful candidate should have the preparation to teach at least two and preferably three of the following courses: conflict and identity, conflict analysis: theory and practice, conflict interventions: theory and practice, skills and topics in conflict transformation. First screening is January 15, 2002 and will continue until the position is filled. For more information see www.worldlearning.org.