On March 24, Professor Singh presented to an audience of Colombian lawyers, law students, and ADR practitioners at an international forum, 30 Años de la Conciliacion en Colombia, which centered on the past, present, and future of conflict resolution.
Professor Sukhsimranjit Singh, who serves as the Straus Institute’s Judge Danny Weinstein Managing Director, judged the Final Round of the International Mediation Competition hosted by Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law in Punjab, India.
Judge Alexander Williams and Professor Sukhsimranjit Singh Discuss Evolution of ADR in the United States
On March 23, Straus Institute Adjunct Professor, Judge Alexander Williams, presented, “The Evolution of Alternative Dispute Resolution in the United States: History and Prospects,” to a virtual audience of law students and alumni of Prince Muhammad University - College of Law in Saudi Arabia.
Professor Bill Eddy, who serves as an adjunct professor for the Straus Institute, was recently honored for his distinguished conflict resolution career and contributions to family mediation at the Southern California Mediator Association’s annual Family Mediation Institute.
Pepperdine Caruso Law Straus Institute Featured in PreLaw Magazine as a National Leader in Alternative Dispute Resolution
PreLaw magazine's "Best Schools for Practical Training" issue features the Straus Institute in the article, "Pepperdine's ADR Jewel."
Professor Stephanie Blondell Speaks on Technology Use in Teaching Conflict Management and Peacebuilding -- International Virtual College and University Seminar
Professor Blondell's presentation was part of the 9th International Virtual College and University Seminar: Developing and Enhancing Peace and Conflict Studies Programs.
Professors Sukhsimranjit Singh and Tiffany Williams participated in the Western Justice Center’s Peer Mediation Invitational, a virtual summit for young peer mediators in Southern California public high schools.
Beginning on Thursday, March 18, the Straus Institute will launch a unique ADR Career Series featuring professionals across diverse industries to introduce students to varied professional paths in mediation, arbitration, and negotiation.
Straus Institute Adjunct Professor William Nix Selected for U.S. Copyright Office "Unclaimed Royalties Study" Symposium
As directed by the Music Modernization Act, the U.S. Copyright Office is undertaking a public study to recommend best practices that the Mechanical Licensing Collective may implement to effectively identify and locate copyright owners with unclaimed royalties of musical works.