CENTER SYMPOSIUM FEATURED IN AFCC NEWSLETTER
The Center sponsored symposium “Innovative Models of Lawyering: Collaborative Law and Other Processes,” held on Friday, Oct. 12, was featured as a news item in the Oct. 2007 bi-monthly newsletter of the Association of Family and Conciliation Courts. The keynote speaker of the symposium was David Hoffman, a member of the AFCC. The newsletter is accessible at http://afccnet.org/members/2007oct-University_of_Missouri-Columbia_Symposium.asp.
PROGRAM ASSOCIATE, CENTER FOR ANALYSIS OF ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION SYSTEMS
The Center for Analysis of Alternative Dispute Resolution Systems seeks a program associate who will have two major areas of responsibility -- working with constituencies throughout Illinois to develop mediation programs, and maintaining, developing, and marketing the on-line National Court ADR Resource Center. Application deadline: Nov. 30. For details, e-mail Laura Coleman at email@example.com.
MEDIATION MANAGER & MEDIATION SPECIALIST, COMMUNITY MEDIATION SERVICES
Community Mediation Services, Inc. a not-for-profit agency based in Jamaica, Queens, seeks to fill two positions -- a mediation manager for the New York City Family Court Mediation Program, and a mediation specialist to support three divisions of the agency. To learn more about Community Mediation Services, see www.mediatenyc.org. For details on these positions, e-mail Laura Coleman at firstname.lastname@example.org.
ADR PROGRAM COORDINATOR
The Circuit Court for Baltimore City seeks an ADR Program Coordinator to manage the court’s ongoing mediation program and develop, implement and manage a comprehensive ADR Program for the court. For more information, e-mail Laura Coleman at email@example.com or contact Beverly Carter, Court Administrator, Circuit Court for Baltimore City, 111 N. Calvert Street, Suite 200, Baltimore, MD 21202, (410) 396-5188.
MEDIATORS, THE CENTER FOR RESOLUTION
The Center for Resolution seeks experienced mediators located across the U.S. to join its panel of dispute resolution providers who provide mediation services within the U.S. For more information, see http://www.centerforresolution.com, call (312) 513-3746, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.