Practitioners, local communities, mediator organizations, and students are invited to participate. Attendees thus far include representatives from universities and organizations around the U.S., from Canada, and from New Zealand.
To connect to the cyber-symposium, please contact Kelly Gitter at UAF, email@example.com. Individuals at UAA and in Anchorage may attend on the UAA Campus in the Chancellor's Conference Room, 2nd floor, Administrative/Humanities Building. Pay parking for visitors is available in the East Parking Garage. Click here for a campus map. The Admin/Humanities Building is number 25 on the map in the upper right quadrant.
The program will be an informal town-hall discussion and address issues related to alternate dispute resolution, restorative practices, and therapeutic jurisprudence. Topics have been selected based on papers submitted for the cyber-symposium. Click here to view papers submitted.
If you are unable to attend the live event, the cyber-symposium will also be recorded and posted online shortly after the program.
For additional questions about the cyber-symposium, contact Prof. Brian Jarrett, firstname.lastname@example.org or 907-474-6790.