FairnessWorks.com editor Ken Kimsey urged readers this week to explore and submit entries to WhatIsRestorativeJustice.org, an online database project led by Carolyn Benne as part of CNCR. More »
As a member of the Higher Education Funding Council of England’s Improving Dispute Resolution Project, Jill Scott attended CNCR’s Summer Institute and immediately saw the benefits of mediation in her role as Equality and Diversity Advisor at Birmingham City University, UK.
In collaboration with the Eastern Mediterranean Regional Office’s Staff Development and Learning Unit and the World Health Organization-HQ, the Consortium on Negotiation and Conflict Resolution designed and conducted a series of four, one-day seminars for the general staff and supervisors of EMRO-WHO and a four-day workshop on “Mediating Workplace Conflict.”
In May 2010, the World Health Organization’s Office of the Ombudsman and Human Resources Management organized a workshop for key staff across WHO (headquarters and regions) in mediation and facilitation skills.
In its first appearance in the American Bar Association's Mock Arbitration Competition, Georgia State University College of Law garnered the National Championship in Chicago January 21-22.
Before Doug Yarn became a College of Law professor, he owned a chain of music stores and played in a rock band. More »