Annual meeting hears leaders analyze the past year: AAA focuses on fundamentals
The American Arbitration Association (AAA) announced at its annual meeting April 30, 1997 the successful expansion its services and the redesigning of its industry-specific publications. The AAA presented its Whitney North Seymour medal to Attorney General Janet Reno and U.S. Sen. Charles Grassley (R-Iowa). The Justice Department from 1995 to 1996 has tripled the its use of mediation.
Publication Name: Dispute Resolution Journal
ABE 1992 annual report
Projects funded by the American Bar Endowment (ABE) in 1992 included a review of child welfare laws in Hawaii, the Central and East European Law Initiative and interdisciplinary legal research at the American Bar Foundation. Funds for the Endowment come primarily from donations of insurance dividends by ABA members, which in 1992 totalled more than $2 million.
Publication Name: ABA Journal
The Annual Survey of American Law at fifty
The fiftieth issue of New York University School of Law's Annual Survey of American Law is celebrated. The history of the Survey is described, including the contribution of the Survey's creator, Arthur T. Vanderbilt. The contemporary importance of the Survey is also discussed, including remarks from both student and professional commentators.
Publication Name: Annual Survey of American Law
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