CSDR-LL.M. E-newsletter Archives
Vol. 2, Issue 41 - August 15, 2002
DONNA PAVLICK SELECTED FOR LEADERSHIP PROGRAM
Donna Pavlick ('00), Assistant Dean of Admissions, Financial Aid and Student Services, University of Missouri School of Law, has been selected to participate in the University of Missouri Leadership Development Program. This year-long program brings together leaders from all four MU campuses. In addition to state-wide meetings of program participants, the participants here in Columbia meet on a monthly basis.
CITY OF COLUMBIA COMMITTEE FACILITATED BY ART HINSHAW COMPLETES ITS WORK
The Columbia Committee on Recycling and Litter Reduction, which Art Hinshaw ('00) facilitated during the past year, recently completed its work. The Committee dealt with a lot of conflict including a contentious ballot initiative to repeal the City's deposit ordinance. The Committee ratified a final report recommending steps to increase recycling and reduce litter. Read the article online at Columbia Daily Tribune.
MINI-GRANTS FOR COMMUNITY MEDIATIONS PROGRAMS AVAILABLE
The National Association for Community Mediation is sponsoring a mini-grant program for grants up to $5,000 to support community mediation centers. For details see www.nafcm.org or contact Joanne Galindo at (202) 667-9700 ext. 219 or e-mail email@example.com. The application deadline is September 2.
FACULTY POSITIONS, SAMFORD UNIVERSITY CUMBERLAND SCHOOL OF LAW
Samford University's Cumberland School of Law is seeking applicants for permanent and visiting faculty positions for the 2003-2004 academic year. Subject areas of interest include: commercial law, alternative dispute resolution, intellectual property, business organizations, constitutional law, estate planning, trusts and estates, family law and employment law. For details see the binder in 206 Hulston.
ADR SYSTEMS OF AMERICA SEEKING COMMERCIAL ARBITRATORS
ADR Systems of America is expanding its commercial division and needs attorney/experts for commercial arbitrations. For more information about ADR Systems of America, see www.adrsystems.com or contact the president, Marc Becker, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 1-800-423-7010 or (312) 960-2260.
ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION MANAGER, SOUTH CAROLINA BAR
The Public Services Division of the South Carolina Bar is seeking an alternative dispute resolution manager. The major duties of this position will be to promote alternative dispute resolution through various methods, including the court system, attorneys and the South Carolina Bar CLE division. For more information about the South Carolina Bar, see www.scbar.org. For details on this position see the binder in 206 Hulston or contact Cindy Coker, Public Services Director at (803) 799-6653 or email@example.com.