alternative dispute resolution career panel
Wednesday, Nov. 19th, 12-1pm, WCC 1019
Thinking about a career in alternative dispute resolution (ADR)? Interested in learning what exactly a career in the ADR field looks like? Join us for a panel of alumni and practitioners working in ADR in the private, public, and academic sectors who will discuss how they broke into the world of ADR, the kind of work that they do, and tips for exploring this exciting field.
Non-pizza lunch will be provided.
Co-sponsored by OCS, OPIA, the Harvard Mediation Program, the Harvard Negotiators, and the Harvard Negotiation Law Review.
advising opportunity for students
Wednesday, Nov. 19th, following the panel, room TBD
In conjunction with the ADR Careers Panel on Wed., 11/19 (12-1 pm in WCC 1019), two of our fantastic panelists, Erin Archerd and Elizabeth Bailey, have offered to hold one-on-one advising sessions with students. This is a great opportunity to speak with an ADR practitioner. Erin Archerd is the current Langdon Fellow in Dispute Resolution at The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law. She would be happy to speak with students interested in academia and those perhaps not interested in academia but looking for the opportunity to practice mediation after graduation. Elizabeth Bailey spent the last year as an ADR law clerk for MarksADR, LLC, a private mediation and arbitration firm in the Washington, D.C. area. Liz can speak with students about her ADR law clerkship experience as well as her ADR job search during law school. Erin and Liz will be holding sessions on Wednesday following the panel (location and time TBD).
If you would be interested in meeting with Erin or Liz, please email So Jin Kim at [email protected] by Monday, 11/17, at 5pm.