CSDR-LL.M. E-newsletter Archives
Vol. 2, Issue 4 - September 6, 2001
CSDR/LL.M. BROWNBAG PRESENTATION: PROF. RICHARD REUBEN, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 12:10 PM, ROOM 3
Professor Richard Reuben is the Associate Reporter for the NCCUSL Drafting Committee and Reporter for the ABA Drafting Committee for the Uniform Mediation Act. At our first brownbag presentation of the academic year, he will discuss the drafting and recent enactment of the UMA by the National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws.
The Act establishes a privilege for mediation communications in a wide variety of legal proceedings, and calls for mediators to disclose conflicts of interests in a manner consistent with current ethical standards. The next step in the approval process is for the Style Committee and the chair of the Drafting Committee to develop a final version (which will be posted at www.pon.harvard.edu/guests/uma) to send to the American Bar Association for approval by the ABA House of Delegates in February 2002. The Act has already received preliminary expressions of support from most major ABA sections. After that, the UMA will be sent to the states for consideration and possible adoption.
Please join us for this fascinating presentation. We will start promptly at 12:10 PM on Monday, September 10 in Room 3. Cookies will be provided.
PROF. BOBBI McADOO AND ART HINSHAW TO PUBLISH ADR STUDY IN MISSOURI LAW REVIEW
Prof. Bobbi McAdoo (the former director of the LL.M. Program) and Art Hinshaw (LL.M. '00) have accepted an offer from the Missouri Law Review to publish their article entitled "The Challenge of Institutionalizing Alternative Dispute Resolution: Attorney Perspectives on the Effects of Rule 17 on Civil Litigation in Missouri." The article will be published in the Summer 2002 issue and is the culmination of their empirical research for the Missouri Supreme Court's Alternative Dispute Resolution Committee. This article is based in part on Art's seminar paper in the LL.M. Program (later renamed the LL.M. Major Research Project).
COORDINATOR, FAMILY MEDIATION, WASHINGTON, DC
The Association for Conflict Resolution is seeking a coordinator for family mediation. The coordinator should be a professional with strong management, consulting and human relation skills, have an understanding of and commitment to the field of dispute resolution, and, preferably a family mediation background. For details see the binder on Laura Coleman's desk in 206. To be considered for this position, send a resume, a cover letter including mediation experience, salary history and current salary requirements to the attention of Teresa Evans, Director of Membership, via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Her phone number is 202-667-9700 ext. 206.
FACULTY POSITION, WILLIAM MITCHELL COLLEGE OF LAW, ST. PAUL, MINNESOTA
William Mitchell College of Law invites applications for a tenure track faculty position for its skills and clinic curriculum. One of the main teaching responsibilities of the position will be to coordinate the Advice and Persuasion course and/or Advocacy courses. For more information, see the binder on Laura Coleman's desk in 206 Hulston.
FACULTY POSITION, INTERNATIONAL CONFLICT RESOLUTION, ISTANBUL, TURKEY
The faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, Sabanci University, an English-speaking private university in Istanbul, Turkey, invites applications for two faculty positions in international conflict resolution. Applications should be received not later than February 15, 2002. See the binder on Laura Coleman's desk in 206 Hulston for details.
FACULTY POSITION, THE UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA AT CHAPEL HILL
The Institute of Government at The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is seeking a tenured or tenure-track faculty position, to specialize in employment law as it affects local and state government in North Carolina. This position will write for, advise, and teach local and state government officials in North Carolina, including state and local government human resources professionals, city and county attorneys, local government managers, and elected officials. The Institute of Government is devoted to teaching, research, and consultation for state and local government in North Carolina (see www.iog.unc.edu). For additional details, see the binder on Laura Coleman's desk in 206 Hulston. This position will be open until filled.