For those I haven't already greeted this year: Happy New Year! (At what point do we stop saying that? Is it the middle of January? The end?)
As you might imagine, I'm busy with a lot of activities for 2015. You're not going to read much about those, yet. Mainly, I'm working on my book. (Tentative title) Integrative Law will be published by the American Bar Association later this year. Before that, I need to write it.
Contribute to the book?
Alyson Carrel (law professor at Northwestern) is hosting an ADR as 1st Career Video Blog. The blog showcases and celebrates individuals who chose ADR as their first or very early career. As most of us know, there are many lawyers who insist that you must pay your dues by litigating or doing a more "traditional" practice before you can strike out in ADR or something different.
It so happens that the current post is mine, but I'm in good company of a couple of dozen more.
Here in the U.S. it’s Martin Luther King Jr. day, or MLK day for short. The holiday celebrates the birth of the famed American pastor, activist, humanitarian, and leader in the African-American Civil Rights Movement. Pretty much everywhere you look … Continue reading