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Volume 2 No. 1 (issue #4) A Publication of the American Bar Association - Section of Dispute Resolution Dec. 1996

Ssection Clincil Meets ha Chicago-
T he Section of Dispute Resolution  discussed long range publishing
Council met in Chicago on      and membership strategies, ways
October 5-6, 1996, immediately to interact with other ADR groups,
following the ABA Section Officers  and current issues in dispute
Conference. In addition to the   resolution such as credentialing
regular business meeting, the    and evaluative mediation.
Council devoted Sunday,
October 6, to a strategic
planning session. The
Council was joined in this
effort by Robert D. Raven,
former Section Chair and
by Frank E. A. Sander,
current Co-Chair of the
Dispute Resolution Maga-
zine Editorial Board.
During the session, Section
Chair, Jos6 C. Feliciano
presented an apprecia-
tion gift to Mr. Raven for
isn yeas tof srven tor  Section Chair Jos6 C. Feliciano presents a gift of appreciation
to Robert Raven, former Section Chair, during the Council
Section. The Council     meeting in Chicago.

1997 ABA
ANNUAL MEETING:
SAN FRANCISCO
T he Section's Annual Meeting
Planning Committee, chaired
by John Van Winkle, is putting
together an exciting series of
programs for San Francisco.
We are developing a logo to
highlight all ABA dispute resolution
programs. The Section will be
based at the ABA headquarter's
hotel, the San Francisco Hilton
and Towers.
Programs and
meetings will  ll
take place
August 1 -
August 4.
Please call 202-
662-1680 to get
your advance  ADR program logo
registration form.

T he Section of Dispute Resolu-
tion will sponsor a powerful
two-day Symposium addressing
current cutting edge mediation
issues. The program will help the
practitioner hone critical media-
tion skills, including drafting
mediation clauses, preparing the
client for mediation, making
effective pre-mediation submis-
sions and opening statements,
avoiding the ten most common
mistakes committed at a media-
tion and getting past impasse.

In a variety of presentation for-
mats, critical mediation issues
such as what to look for in a
mediator, ethical issues encoun-
tered by mediators, and whether
or not to use evaluative media-
tion will be discussed.
The Section seminar offers a
model mediation that features
two of America's best attorneys,
Stephen Susman and Harry
Reasoner, both of Houston.

Join your fellow practitioners from
across the country and the world
in learning highly effective ad-
vanced mediation techniques in
the beautiful and historic setting
of San Antonio. See details on the
agenda and registration informa-
tion on the insert to this issue.
IN/ THIS IS$1/El
Section Activities
Comm11ittee Updates
UJpooming Events
Member Profille
ADR List Service

740 15th St., NW, Washington, DC 20005-1009  (202)662-1680 Fax (202 662-1683 E-mail: dispute@abanet.urg

Join Our Symposium On The River Walk
uii Aifolio, J1uary 30-3 1997

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