CSDR-LL.M. E-newsletter Archives

Vol. 5, Issue 21 - April 8, 2005

What's Inside:

CONFERENCES / RESOURCES / CONTESTS

AMERICAN ARBITRATION ASSOCIATION LABOR ADVOCACY PROGRAM
APR. 27-29, ST. LOUIS The American Arbitration Association is offering, "Advanced Labor Arbitration Advocacy: Case Preparation and Presentation," April 27-29. The program will be from 8:30 am to 5:00 pm each day, at the office of the American Arbitration Association, 100 North Broadway, Suite 1820, St. Louis. For details on registering, call Mandi Pollihan at (314) 621-7175.

SECOND ANNUAL ARBITRATION TRAINING INSTITUTE
MAY 18-21, CHICAGO The American Bar Association Section of Dispute Resolution is presenting the second annual Arbitration Training Institute, "A Comprehensive Training in Commercial Arbitration," May 18-21 in Chicago.

NATIONAL BUSINESS INSTITUTE SEMINAR
JUNE 14, ST. LOUIS The National Business Institute is offering a half-day seminar, "Achieving Favorable Settlements in Missouri," on June 14 in St. Louis.

PREPARATION FOR 2006 INTERNATIONAL COMPETITIONS AND CONFERENCE ON ONLINE DISPUTE RESOLUTION
Planning is beginning for the fifth International Competitions for Online Dispute Resolution, to be held in April 2006, as well as a conference that will be held in connection with the competitions. The University of Toledo Law Review will have a symposium issue in Fall 2006 or Spring 2007 to publish conference papers. For more information, see http://www.odr.info/icodr.php. If you have suggestions for planning committee members or other aspects of the conference, contact University of Toledo Professor Benjamin Davis.

JOB/FELLOWSHIP ANNOUNCEMENTS

FACULTY, CASE WESTERN RESERVE UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF LAW
CLEVELAND, OH Case Western Reserve University is hiring one or two lawyering skills faculty beginning in fall 2005. These are long-term contract positions with possible unlimited renewals. These faculty will teach primarily legal research, analysis, and writing, and will be responsible for preparing and coordinating simulation exercises that teach basic interviewing, counseling, negotiating, and oral advocacy skills. For more information, see the binder in room 206 or contact Laura Coleman at colemanl@missouri.edu.