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This is a short supplement. I am covering two issues.
First, about programs in India, I finally ran down the person I consider the gold standard in ADR education and have her recommendation/comments.
Second, I'm looking for feedback. I intend to start a blog where I put up a rough draft (bit by bit) of a book I am working on that covers negotiation and professional responsibility issues. I'm looking for recommendations on services, etc. Thanks. BTW, I have read http://chronicle.com/jobs/2005/07/2005070801c.htm -- but I'm unlikely to be on the academic job search any time soon. I really like my current job and though I love teaching, I'm not really a strong enough traditional candidate.
Now, for those who have asked about programs in India:
From: Bobbi McAdoo [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Monday, July 04, 2005 11:42 AM
To: Marsh,Stephen R
Subject: Re: Just a quick follow-up -- and a question
Great to hear from you.
We (colleague Jim Coben and I) were in India for 3 weeks in February and March. We offered a Diploma Program in Dispute Resolution for 6 credits (Negotiation and Mediation classes) and about 1/2 dozen students are continuing in our London program this summer (arbitration certificate for 6 credits) and then using the combined 12 credits as 1/2 of our LL.M. for foreign lawyers...they will be here in St Paul in the Fall to complete the other 12 credits for the LL.M. It is really quite exciting and the students were so wonderful and engaged. Jim and I had the most terrific time with them. It is a nice way for the Indian students to get an affordable LL.M. from the United States with an obvious concentration (12 credits at least) in Dispute Resolution theory and practice. The other 12 credits includes International Law (and something else I am forgetting here at home!) and a possible mini concentration in IP.
Hope that answers your question....anyone is most welcome to contact me directly, too!
Happy 4th of July!
Warm regards, Stephen,
Professor and Senior Fellow
Dispute Resolution Institute
Hamline University School of Law
Direct: 651 523 2340
Fax: 651 523 2236
With my best regards, I remain,
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