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Seminar series to examine conflict, dispute resolution
STANFORD -- Conflict and dispute resolution will be the subject of a winter quarter seminar series sponsored by the Stanford University Center on Conflict and Negotiation.
The sessions - from 4:10 to 5:30 p.m. on Tuesdays - will be held in room 290 of the Law School. The sessions are open to the public, and Stanford graduate students may elect a credit option. For more information, contact Richard Birke, associate director of the center, at 723-2574.
The speakers and topics are as follows:
Topics and speakers for the March 2 and 9 sessions will be announced later.
The Stanford Center on Conflict and Negotiation was formed in 1988 to do basic research concerning barriers to the negotiated resolution of conflict. It also sponsors seminars, workshops and conferences on the subject for the general public, faculty, students and professionals in various fields of dispute resolution.
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