Join a panel hosted by Touro Law Center Professor Marjorie A. Silver, author of a new and much-discussed volume on conflict resolution. The panel will explore how lawyers, judges, law professors, and others are employing non-adversarial ways of achieving justice.
Professor Marjorie A. Silver, Touro Law Center
Pamela J.P. Donison, Attorney based in Phoenix, Arizona
Professor Victor Goode, City University of New York School of Law
Wednesday, September 6, 2017
5:30 p.m.–6:50 p.m.
Wine and cheese reception to follow.
Events Center, Second Floor
New York Law School
185 West Broadway
New York, NY 10013
General admission: $40.00
Law students: Free
1.5 credits in Professional Practice, transitional and non-transitional
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James F. Henry was the founder and longtime President of CPR Institute (International Institute for Conflict Prevention and Resolution), a nonprofit program of several hundred corporations, law firms, government attorneys, and academics, whose mission is to develop alternatives to corporate, government, and international litigation. CPR was responsible for the “Corporate Pledge,” which in the mid-1980s committed more than 4,000 companies to consider alternatives to litigation in disputes with other pledge signers. James F. Henry remains one of the most effective and influential leaders in bringing Alternative Dispute Resolution into the mainstream of American legal practice.