CSDR-LL.M. E-newsletter Archives

Vol. 3, Issue 9 - October 18, 2002

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CSDR / LL.M. PROGRAM NEWS

BROWNBAG LUNCH CONVERSATIONS ON TERRORISM
OCT. 28 This month, the Center for the Study of Dispute Resolution and the LL.M. Program are sponsoring one more brownbag lunch conversation with MU faculty about terrorism. This conversation will take place on Monday, October 28, 2002, from 1 to 1:50 p.m. in Room 109.

On October 28, Psychology Professor Emeritus Wayne Anderson will join us. His doctoral degree is from MU and he teaches courses on crisis intervention. He is a team member of the International Center for Psychosocial Trauma and has trained mental health workers and teachers in techniques for working with victims of war and violence in Bosnia, Kosovo, Pakistan, India, Russia, Egypt and Bulgaria. He is a consultant and trainer for the Therapeutic Community Program Maximum Security Prison in Jefferson City.

All are invited to attend. Cookies will be provided. Thanks to Lynn Malley for organizing this event.

PROF. BOBBI McADOO AND ART HINSHAW PUBLISH ADR STUDY IN MISSOURI LAW REVIEW
The Missouri Law Review has published Prof. Bobbi McAdoo’s (the former director of the LL.M. Program) and Art Hinshaw’s (LL.M. ’00) article entitled “The Challenge of Institutionalizing Alternative Dispute Resolution: Attorney Perspectives on the Effects of Rule 17 on Civil Litigation in Missouri.” The article just came out and is the culmination of empirical research for the Missouri Supreme Court's Alternative Dispute Resolution Committee.

JOB/FELLOWSHIP ANNOUNCEMENTS

NAFCM SEEKING INTERN
WASHINGTON, DC The National Association for Community Mediation (NAFCM) is seeking candidates for a graduate-level internship to begin in December 2002 or January 2003 and continue for six months. NAFCM, based in Washington, DC, is the only national organization dedicated to the promotion of community mediation across the country and supporting community mediation programs. The intern selected to work with NAFCM will perform a mixture of substantive research and writing projects, clerical tasks, and other duties in support of these initiatives and NAFCM’s overall mission. They are seeking a graduate student studying dispute resolution or a related field, with experience as a volunteer mediator or other conflict resolution experience. The position is located at NAFCM’s offices in Washington, DC. For information about the position, see the binder in 206. For more information about NAFCM, or to apply for the internship, e-mail Craig Coletta, NAFCM Coordinator, phone 202-667-9700, x213, or send mail to 1527 New Hampshire Ave., NW, Washington, DC 20036. To apply for the internship, send a letter of interest and a resume via e-mail, post, or fax no later than November 15.

POSITIONS AT NOVA SOUTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY
The Department of Conflict Analysis and Resolution at Nova Southeastern University is now searching for candidates to apply for a post-doctoral position, and an assistant professor position in conflict resolution. Both positions are on the SHSS web site .