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Professor Andrew Schepard Speaks at National Teleconference Continuing Education Program

Professor Andrew Schepard was a faculty member for a national teleconference continuing education program on Tuesday, April 27th, 2010 on Recent ADR Model Acts on Arbitration, Mediation and Collaborative Law: Latest Progress and Why Does It Matter? The Program was co-sponsored by the Alternative Dispute Resolution Committees of the ABA Litigation, Business Law, TIPS, and Public Contracts Law Sections and in collaboration with the Alternative Dispute Resolution Committees of the State Bar Associations of Alaska Bar Association, The Florida Bar, Hawaii State Bar Association, Indiana State Bar Association, State Bar of Montana, Nebraska State Bar Association, New Hampshire State Bar, State Bar of New Mexico, New York State Bar Association, Pennsylvania Bar Association, State Bar of Texas and the The Washington DC Bar Association.

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