CSDR-LL.M. E-newsletter Archives
Vol. 2, Issue 40 - August 12, 2002
ROBERT BAILEY AND ART HINSHAW CONDUCT ARBITRATION TRAINING PROGRAM IN TRINIDAD
Assistant Dean Bob Bailey and CSDR Training Coordinator Art Hinshaw (LL.M. ’00) conducted a two-day arbitration seminar in Port of Spain, Trinidad at the Dispute Resolution Centre of Trinidad and Tobago. LL.M. graduate and Trinidad native Clivia Pierre (’02) participated in the program, delivering a lecture on the Trinidad and Tobago Arbitration Act. The training program is one of a series of ADR training programs that the Center for the Study of Dispute Resolution is conducting in Trinidad and Tobago under a grant from the Inter-American Development Bank.
ALEXANDRIA ZYLSTRA'S PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBIT IS IN THE NEWS
The exhibit of Andria Zylstra’s (‘01) photographs of her trip to Alaska, which won a juried competition, is featured in a Columbia Tribune article on August 4. Her photographs are on display at the Columbia Art League, 1013 E. Walnut St., through September 13. The gallery is open 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday. For more information, call (573) 443-8838 or (573) 443-2131.
WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF LAW INTERNATIONAL JUSTICE CONFERENCE
ST. LOUIS, OCT. 11
On October, 11, the Whitney R. Harris Institute for Global Legal Studies at the Washington University School of Law is hosting a conference, "Paradigms of International Justice." For more information, see the binder in Room 206, call (314 ) 935-7988, or e-mail IGLS@wulaw.wustl.edu.
CONFERENCE ON PEACE EDUCATION IN CANADA, McMASTER UNIVERSITY
HAMILTON, ONTARIO, NOV. 9-11
The annual conference on peace education in Canada will be hosted by the Peace Studies Centre, McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada on November 9-11. For more information see www.peace.ca/firstannualconferenceonpeaceed.htm.
AGRICULTURAL MEDIATION PROGRAM MANAGER
The New York State Dispute Resolution Association is seeking an agricultural mediation program manager. Full-time duties include case intake and management; outreach to and coordination with federal, state and local agencies, financial institutions and organizations; providing service to agricultural producers; and maintaining a roster of agricultural mediators. Application deadline: August 16. For more details see the binder in 206 Hulston or call Lisa Hicks, the executive director, at (518) 465-2500.
FACULTY POSITIONS, UNIVERSITY OF ST. THOMAS SCHOOL OF LAW
The University of St. Thomas School of Law invites applications from both experienced and entry-level faculty for seven tenured or tenure-track positions that will open in Fall 2003. Areas of special interest include clinical education, lawyering skills, trial advocacy, alternative dispute resolution, labor and employment law, intellectual property, family law, and advanced business courses. Former MU law professor Jerry Organ is on the faculty at UST. For more information, see the binder in Room 206. Send applications to Associate Dean Patrick J. Schiltz, University of St. Thomas School of Law, 440 Terrence Murphy Hall, 1000 LaSalle Avenue, Minneapolis, MN 55403-2005. Applications will be reviewed upon receipt.