CSDR-LL.M. E-newsletter Archives

Vol. 4, Issue 3 - September 15, 2003

What's Inside:

CSDR / LL.M. PROGRAM NEWS

SUZANNE CARNEY ACCEPTS POSITION DIRECTING MEDIATION CENTER IN CALIFORNIA
Suzanne Carney (’03) accepted the position of director of mediation for Creative Mediation Services of San Luis Obispo, CA, starting in October. Congratulations, Suzanne!

CONFERENCES / RESOURCES / CONTESTS

CALL FOR PROPOSALS INTERACTION 2004 CONFERENCE
ONTARIO, CANADA Interaction 2004, a Canadian conflict resolution conference, invites proposals for its eighth biennial conference. This conference will be June 2-5, 2004 in Kitchener, Ontario. See the on-line form at http://www.crnetwork.ca/conference/callforproposals.asp or download the pdf at http://www.crnetwork.ca/conference/include/call-english.pdf. Proposal deadline: Oct. 10.

CALL FOR ARTICLES FORDHAM URBAN LAW JOURNAL
The Fordham Urban Law Journal is seeking articles for its annual book, “ADR & the Law,” published in conjunction with the American Arbitration Association. The editors accept a wide range of submissions about domestic and international ADR from practitioners and scholars, including transcripts of speeches, short commentaries, and full articles. For more information, contact editors Amanda Schaffer or Melissa Kurfist via e-mail or by calling (212) 636-6881. Submission deadline: Jan. 1, 2004.

JOB/FELLOWSHIP ANNOUNCEMENTS

COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT, DC AGENDA, VICE PRESIDENT
WASHINGTON, DC DC Agenda is seeking a vice president of community development to work on strategic planning, fundraising and communications. DC Agenda is a nonprofit civic organization that brings together diverse groups of leaders to address complex urban problems in Washington, DC. Collaboration DC is an initiative to build a more collaborative, more inclusive civic culture in Washington. The qualifications include knowledge of collaborative and conflict resolution practices for urban problems. For more information on this position send an e-mail to Bill Potapchuk.

UNIVERSITY OF ALABAMA SCHOOL OF LAW, CHARLES TWEEDY CHAIR OF LAW
TUSCALOOSA, AL The University of Alabama School of Law seeks nominations and applications for the Charles Tweedy Chair of Law. The Tweedy Chairholder must possess qualifications and abilities commensurate with being an outstanding scholar and teacher in one of more business-related fields including but not limited to taxation, alternative dispute resolution, bankruptcy or commercial law. Nominations or applications should be submitted by Dec. 1.

ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY, DIRECTOR OF LODESTAR MEDIATION CLINIC
Arizona State University seeks a clinical associate professor for the position of Director of the Lodestar Mediation Clinic. The application deadline is Sept. 1 or the first of each month until the position is filled.

UNIVERSITY OF CINCINNATI COLLEGE OF LAW, FACULTY
CINCINNATI, OH The University of Cincinnati College of Law invites applications from entry-level and lateral candidates for several tenure-track and visiting faculty positions. The curricular needs are varied but include: intellectual property, professional responsibility, and civil procedure. Other needs include, evidence, international law, law & economics, law & psychiatry, remedies, arbitration/ADR, and first-year courses. For more information, Associate Dean Donna M. Nagy.

WILLIAM MITCHELL COLLEGE OF LAW, FACULTY
ST. PAUL, MN William Mitchell College of Law is seeking a tenure-track faculty who, in addition to satisfying other doctrinal needs, will coordinate either the first- or second-year required skills courses. The first-year course entails research and writing interviewing, counseling, negotiating contracts, dispute mediation, and motion practice. The second-year course entails trial and appellate advocacy. For more information on this position, contact Prof. Kenneth Port.