|8:00am – 5:00pm||40-Hour Basic Mediation|
CCJ 2.306 (Eidman Courtroom)
This intensive five-day program is designed to provide individuals with the knowledge and skills necessary to mediate a variety of everyday disputes. This course emphasizes the importance of practical experience in becoming an effective mediator. During frequent role-plays, each participant will mediate a variety of disputes with expert feedback.
This course is designed to satisfy the 40 classroom hours of training required to mediate court-referred disputes as indicated in the Texas Alternative Dispute Resolution Act § 154.052, Tex. Civ. Prac. & Rem. Code Ann. This course also meets the Texas Mediator Trainers Roundtable's requirements.For more information visit https://law.utexas.edu/calendar/2012/11/26/15399/
|4:00pm – 5:00pm||Human Rights 101: Part II|
TNH 2.111 (Sheffield-Massey Room)
Delicious food will be served!
Human Rights Law Society is putting on, for the general body, their second educational event on the basics of Human Rights Law.
Daniel M. Brinks, Associate Professor at UT and Co-Director of the Bernard and Audre Rapoport Center for Human Rights and Justice, will be narrowing in on a category of Human Rights, talking specifically about Economic, Social, and Cultural rights.
Professor Brinks' research focuses on the role of the law and courts in supporting or extending human rights and many of the basic rights associated with democracy, with a primary regional interest in Latin America. Professor Brinks was born and raised in Argentina and practiced law in the U.S. for nearly ten years before turning to academia. He holds a PhD from the University of Notre Dame and a JD from the University of Michigan.For more information visit https://law.utexas.edu/calendar/2012/11/26/15257/