31st Annual Summer Professional Skills Program in Dispute Resolution in Malibu, California
June 21-23, 2018
Malibu, California (This year's program will be held on the Drescher Graduate Campus due to School of Law renovations!)
View the 2018 Brochure
All 12 classes for the 2018 program are listed below!
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SAVE THE DATE: On the evening of June 20, 2018, Pepperdine/Straus American Inn of Court for Dispute Resolution will be hosting a dinner appetizer reception at the Jonathan Club in Santa Monica. Registrants of the Professional Skills Program are invited to attend for a fee of $100. This will be a wonderful opportunity to network with Inn members as well as fellow PSP participants. More information will be sent to those who are registered for the Professional Skills Program. Registration for the reception is limited!
SPECIAL SYMPOSIUM OPPORTUNITY:
Restoring Civility in an Overheated SocietyWednesday, June 20, 2018
1:00 pm to 4:30 pm
With Tracy Allen, Eric Galton, and Sukhsimran Singh
Join us for stimulating discussion and dialogue the afternoon prior to the Professional Skills Program.
Attendance is free! Must RSVP below:
About the Professional Skills Program
In June 2017 the 30th Annual Professional Skills Program had over 250 participants from 30 states and 4 foreign countries! Register early for 2018 as some courses will sell out.
Featuring a panel of nationally recognized experts in dispute resolution, this comprehensive program provides two and a half days of unique educational opportunities for practicing professionals. Participants will network with nationally prominent faculty, as well as participants from the other specialties at plenary sessions, lunches, and receptions. Early enrollment is recommended since many of the sessions fully subscribe. Contact Lori Rushford at (310) 506-6342 or e-mail Lori.Rushford@pepperdine.edu to enroll or to request a brochure.
Participants select the process in which they desire expertise (one course only), as all programs will be presented simultaneously. To provide for personalized instruction, enrollment for each course is limited to ensure a close working relationship among the faculty and participants. Course sessions will include lectures, small group discussions, and practice exercises. Faculty and other participants will also provide performance coaching. The synergy of ideas will provide a truly unique learning experience.
Participants choose one course only to attend for the program.