CSDR SYMPOSIUM HONORING PROFESSOR LEONARD RISKIN
OCT. 20, 1:30-4:30 PM, LAW SCHOOL COURTROOM (ROOM 112)
The Center for the Study of Dispute Resolution is sponsoring a symposium honoring the work of Prof. Leonard Riskin. The symposium is entitled, “Dispute Resolution, Law and Legal Education: Philosophical Maps, Perspectives and Emotions” and will feature prominent leaders in the dispute resolution field including Robert A. Baruch Bush, Clark Freshman, Chris Guthrie, John Lande, Margaret Shaw, Nancy Welsh, James Westbrook, and Charles Wiggins. For more information, see http://www.law.missouri.edu/cle/program-descrip/Riskin%20symposium.htm.
CARDOZO LAW SCHOOL CONFERENCE ON RESTORATIVE JUSTICE
NOV. 10, NEW YORK, NY
The Cardozo Journal of Conflict Resolution is sponsoring a symposium entitled, “Restorative Justice: Choosing Restoration Over Retribution” on Nov. 10 from 9 am - 4 pm. For more information, contact CJCR_Symposium@yahoo.com.
REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS: ANNUAL NORTHWEST DISPUTE RESOLUTION CONFERENCE
The 15th Annual Northwest Dispute Resolution Conference will be held at the University of Washington School of Law, in Seattle, WA, on May 4-5, 2007. For conference information and to obtain a request for proposal brochure, visit http://www.mediate.com/nwadr or contact Kathy Kline at 206-543-8881 or email@example.com. Proposal deadline: Nov. 27.
COORDINATOR, PENINSULA CONFLICT RESOLUTION CENTER
SAN MATEO, CA
The Peninsula Conflict Resolution Center seeks a full-time coordinator of the family mediation program. This position requires fluent bilingual (Spanish) skills. For details on the Peninsula Conflict Resolution Center, see http://www.pcrcweb.org/. For details on this position, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. Application deadline: Oct. 6.
LABOR RELATIONS SPECIALIST, UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICE
The United States Postal Service seeks individuals for its Professional Specialist Intern (PSI) Program. For details, see http://www.usps.com/employment/corporatejobs.htm and select the link on the right. Application deadline: Oct. 12.
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, COMMUNITY BOARDS OF SAN FRANCISCO
Community Boards of San Francisco is an organization that works with communities and individuals to resolve conflicts peacefully and appropriately. Community Boards seeks an executive director to plan, direct and manage all aspects of the program. For details on this position and Community Boards, see http://www.communityboards.org/. The position is open until filled.