Registration open for alternative dispute resolution symposium on Jan. 31

This year's annual Yearbook on Arbitration and Mediation Symposium will feature top alternative dispute resolution scholars and a discussion on the relationship between arbitration and mediation, and public policy. The event will begin at 8:30 a.m. in the Greg Sutliff Auditorium of the Lewis Katz Building in University Park and the Apfelbaum Family Courtroom and Auditorium, Lewis Katz Hall, in Carlisle, Pa. 

Agenda highlights 

-- Lisa Bingham Amsler, Indiana University, on the importance of transparency in the arbitration process 

-- Stephen Ware, University of Kansas School of Law, on vacating arbitration awards for misapplication of law

-- Thomas Stipanowich, Pepperdine University School of Law, presenting empirical research on arbitration 

-- Loukas Mistelis, Queen Mary School of Law, public policy in international investment arbitration 

-- Sharon Press, Hamline University School of Law, mediation panelist

-- Rebecca Price, U.S. attorney, Southern District of New York, profile of the S.D.N.Y. mandatory mediation program 

The Pennsylvania Continuing Legal Education Board has approved this program for 7.0 hours of substantive law, practice and procedure credit and 0.0 hours of ethics, substance abuse and professionalism credit. Attorneys seeking credit in states other than Pennsylvania may request a Uniform Attendance Certification to self-report, which will be mailed to attendees following the program.

Registration is required. Fees for those seeking CLE credit will be $99 for alumni and $149 for all others. Fees include continental breakfast, lunch, on-site parking, Wi-Fi access and materials. 

To register.



Last Updated July 22, 2015