CSDR-LL.M. E-newsletter Archives

Vol. 4, Issue 26 - April 2, 2004

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CSDR / LL.M. PROGRAM NEWS

PROFESSOR ROBBENNOLT PRESENTS PAPER, SERVES ON PANEL
Prof. Jennifer Robbennolt presented a paper entitled "Evaluating Juries by Comparison to Judges: A Benchmark for Judging?" at a conference on the Behavioral Analysis of Legal Institutions: Possibilities, Limitations, and New Directions. The conference was March 26-27 at the Florida State University College of Law. On April 29, she will be a speaker on a panel entitled "Disclosing Errors and Adverse Events: The Role of Apology and Information" at a conference on Medical Error Communication and Dispute Resolution in Philadelphia, PA.

PAULA YOUNG COACHES NEGOTIATION TEAM
Paula Young (í03), assistant professor of law, Appalachian School of Law, coached a negotiation team in the final competition rounds of the ABA Law Student Division Negotiation Competition in San Antonio, TX. Paula also will be serving as the national co-chair of the ABA Section of Dispute Resolutionís Representation in Mediation Competition. The final rounds of the competition will take place at the ABA Section of Dispute Resolution Conference in New York City, April 14-16.

CONFERENCES / RESOURCES / CONTESTS

THIRD ANNUAL INTERNATIONAL STUDENT SYMPOSIUM
JULY 11-16, PRAGUE, CZECH REPUBLIC A five-day leadership conference, the Third Annual International Student Symposium, will be July 11-16 in Prague. This symposium offers young people a unique educational opportunity to broaden their understanding of the world, while developing critical skills in the art of negotiation and communication. This conference is open to 80 selected students from more than two dozen countries.