Tag Archives: federal government ADR

White House Mediation

The Washington Post ran an interesting article about conflicts within the White House, including the following passage about President Trump’s son-in-law and influential advisor, Jared Kushner: “Sometimes when staffers feud, Kushner summons them to his office, a few doors down from the president’s, where the 36-year-old adviser sits them on the couch and mediates as … Continue reading White House Mediation

US Supreme Court Fellowship Application Deadline – Nov. 6

My colleague S.I. Strong posted the following announcement: The application process for the US Supreme Court Fellowship is open until Friday, November 6, 2015. The Fellows program is open to both junior and mid-career applicants.   An article describing the daily duties of a US Supreme Court Fellow and the application process was recently published in … Continue reading US Supreme Court Fellowship Application Deadline – Nov. 6

Redesigned Website for Federal ADR

The Interagency Alternative Dispute Resolution Working Group has redesigned its website. The newly redesigned website includes many useful resources, including: A newly created directory of federal ADR programs and contacts; A second edition of the popular Electronic Guide to Federal Procurement; A listing of upcoming ADR events; and Access to recordings from previous ADR events