7th Annual Alternative Dispute Resolution Symposium
ADR Ethics in a Changing World
Due to Hurricane Sandy, the ADR Symposium has been postponed. This site and all registered attendees will be notified when a new date is chosen.
On Friday, November 2, 2012, Fordham Law School’s ADR & Conflict Resolution Program will present its Annual Symposium, ADR Ethics in a Changing World. The conference will explore the development of ethics in an evolving global market place where negotiation, mediation and arbitration are as likely to take place in e-commerce and international arenas as well as in domestic settings. Whether these ADR processes occur within the changing world of health care or in connection with cross-border commercial disputes, ethical concerns remain critically important for neutrals, parties and their lawyers.
Ellen Waldman – Professor of Law, Thomas Jefferson School of Law, San Diego
A Q&A period and structured dialogue among audience members will follow Professor Waldman's keynote address. In the second half of the program, a group of distinguished panelists will respond to the issues raised by Professor Waldman regarding ethics in international negotiation, mediation, and arbitration processes.Panelists:
Dean John D. Feerick – Professor of Law and Director of the Feerick Center for Social Justice and Dispute Resolution, Fordham University School of Law
Mr. Daniel Rainey – Director of ADR and ODR, National Mediation Board
Professor Catherine Rogers – Professor of Law, Penn State: The Dickenson School of Law
This event is open to the public.
9:30 a.m.–1 p.m. | McNally Amphitheatre, Fordham Law School
For details and registration please see law.fordham.edu/adrsymposium.
CLE Credits: 2 non-transitional and transitional, ethics ($65 CLE, $55 CLE for Fordham Law alumni and public interest attorneys).
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