February 17, 2012 at 1:30pm to February 18, 2012 at 3:30pm
Seattle University School of Law is hosting the ABA Law Student Division Region 12 Client Counseling Competition on Friday, February 17, 2012, and Saturday, February 18, 2012. This year’s topic is Education and School Law and we expect 12 teams to compete. We are looking for attorneys, judges, and counselors to judge the…See More
Join the WSBA ADR Section Membership Committee for this member event of a panel presentation and networking evening. Format: 45-minute panel presentation with questions followed by a one-hour networking event with hors d'oeuvres and refreshments (including one free drink).Topic: Issues and opportunities in land use mediation.Panelists: Courtney Kaylor (a partner with the law firm McCullough Hill Leary P.S. in Seattle, Washington whose practice focuses on land use and environmental law, and on…See More
The King County Bar Association Dispute Resolution Section is pleased to invite you to hearNina Meierdinginternationally known as an extraordinary speaker and trainer. January 10, 11:45 - 1:30. Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org.Nina has assisted in the resolution of thousands of disputes. She has conducted training throughout the world including Canada, Sweden, Ireland, England, Scotland, the Netherlands, and India. She has consulted and…See More
A Facilitated Conversation with KCBA ADRSection Members & Guests The allure of having a full time ADR practice is so strong because it allows us to do work that we enjoy and make money. However, like most entrepreneurial endeavors there is risk and reward and sometimes failure. What can neutrals learn from business community to distinguish themselves in the crowded market with others who are passionate about the work? What myths are there about launching an ADR practice that just need to…See More
The Media & Communications Committee of the WSBA ADR Section. We administer this online network and host the discussions. We also help other committees of the ADR section communicate. If you're interested more in what we do, join this group - no obligation - and we'll be in touch with you.See More
Great pic, Barbara! Must be one of those professional ones you mentioned. And aside from it being a great pic, just replacing the "blue smurf" and being a section member gets you featured on the main page. Ooo ...
Welcome to the ADR Section website! Poke around, read the discussions in the Forum, comment on a discussion, start one of your own, join one of the groups, and make this website your own.
your "My Page" is very much your own. For many professionals it can be
as effective as having your own website, without all the trouble and
expense of maintaining one yourself. If you do have your own website,
add that on there so people finding you here can find you there. And as
soon as you replace the blue silhouette "smurf" with a picture of
yourself, we'll feature you on the
Your page can be found by the public searching among all the other
Members - it is already the best ADR directory in Washington.
resource will be as useful as people make it. If you have any ideas for
things you'd like to see here, let us know - just drop a note in the Website Suggestion Box.
The more people who make it more useful to them, the more useful it
will be for everybody. So come on in and make yourself at home!
Welcome to our community of ADR professionals: mediators, arbitrators, and lawyers representing and advising clients. We are active in the growth and development of ADR in Washington as well as the education of members of the bar and the public.