CSDR-LL.M. E-newsletter Archives

Vol. 4, Issue 11 - November 24, 2003

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CSDR / LL.M. PROGRAM NEWS

LAW SCHOOL FACULTY RECOMMENDS TENURE FOR PROFESSORS LANDE, REUBEN, AND ROBBENNOLT AND PROMOTION FOR PROFESSOR FREYERMUTH
The Law School Faculty recently voted to recommend that the University grant tenure to Professors John Lande, Richard Reuben, and Jennifer Robbennolt. In addition, the Faculty recommended that Professor Wilson Freyermuth be promoted to full professor. Dean Larry Dessem said, "It is difficult to imagine stronger cases for tenure and promotion. The further requisite approvals later this spring should be forthcoming in due course." Congratulations to all four!

PROFESSOR LANDE PUBLISHES ARTICLE ON COOPERATIVE NEGOTIATION PROTOCOLS
Professor John Lande published an article entitled "Negotiation: Evading Evasion: How Protocols Can Improve Civil Case Results," at 21 Alternatives to the High Costs of Litigation 149 (2003). This article suggests how a collaborative law model, which is generally used in divorce cases, can be adapted for negotiation of major civil cases.

ALYSON CARREL AND LAURIE WIEDENHOFF PLACE SECOND IN NEGOTIATION COMPETITION
Alyson Carrel (JD 04), who has taken several LL.M. courses, and her teammate, Laurie Wiedenhoff (JD 04), placed second in the Regional Negotiation Competition and have the opportunity to compete at Nationals, which are being held in San Antonio. Congratulations!

CONFERENCES / RESOURCES / CONTESTS

TWELFTH ANNUAL NORTHWEST DISPUTE RESOLUTION CONFERENCE
MAY 7- 8, SEATTLE, WA The 12th Annual Northwest Dispute Resolution Conference will be May 7-8 in Seattle, WA.

JOB/FELLOWSHIP ANNOUNCEMENTS

CONFLICT RESOLUTION SPECIALISTS, ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY
WASHINGTON, DC The Environmental Protection Agency is hiring two Conflict Resolution Specialists to do environmental ADR work in its Conflict Prevention and Resolution Center, which is located in the Office of General Counsel, Alternative Dispute Resolution Law Office.

LANDLORD-TENANT CASE MANAGER
GILROY, CA Project Sentinel, which administers 14 mediation programs in the San Francisco Bay Area, has an opening for a landlord-tenant case manager in its office in Gilroy, CA. The employee must be fully bilingual in Spanish. Any interested parties should e-mail Martin Eichner.