Ellen Waldman Named CPR Vice President, Advocacy & Educational Outreach
New York, NY – The International Institute for Conflict Prevention and Resolution (CPR), a global non-profit organization that manages conflict to enable purpose, is pleased to announce that Ellen Waldman has been named CPR Vice President, Advocacy & Educational Outreach.
CPR harnesses the insights and experiences of its members to prevent and resolve business disputes through its think tank, the CPR Institute. CPR Dispute Resolution provides alternative dispute resolution (ADR) services – mediation, arbitration, dispute prevention initiatives and more – through innovative and practical rules and procedures and through CPR’s Panel of Distinguished Neutrals.
In her role at CPR, Ellen will write and present on issues of interest to the dispute management community, lead important initiatives in building the capacity for dispute management, and further develop CPR’s academic and student programs.
“We are very excited to have Ellen join our team in this important position. Ellen has been active as a professor in the field of ADR for over two decades. We look forward to her bringing that experience to our constituents and the broader ADR community. For 45 years, CPR has been a leader in thinking about and driving progress for ADR . Ellen will pick up the torch and lead our continuing efforts to push against the leading edge of ADR concepts and practices,” said Allen Waxman, CPR President and CEO.
In addition to having been a long-time Professor at Thomas Jefferson School of Law in San Diego, Ellen has had visiting professorships at Peking School of Transnational Law (Shenzhen, China), Quinnipiac University School of Law and Benjamin Cardozo School of Law. Ellen was also the former chair of the International Mediation Institute’s ethics committee, and a task-force member for the California Judicial Council’s working-group on training requirements for court-connected mediators. Ellen is also the former co-chair of the American Bar Association Dispute Resolution Section’s committee on health care and past member of the Section’s ethics committee.
Ellen has published more than 25 articles on numerous dispute resolution topics. She crafted the first book-length treatment of ethical dilemmas in mediation, Mediation Ethics: Cases and Commentaries.
Ellen graduated with a BA from Brown University, earned a JD from the New York University School of Law, and earned an LLM from the University of Virginia School of Law.
For more information on CPR visit cpradr.org.
Established in 1977, CPR is an independent nonprofit organization that promotes the prevention and resolution of conflict to better enable purpose through the CPR Institute and CPR Dispute Resolution.
The CPR Institute drives and advocates for a global prevention and dispute resolution culture through the thought leadership of its diverse members – companies, leading mediators and arbitrators, law firms, individual practitioners, and academics – who share best practices and develop innovative tools for dispute management through Committees and events.
CPR Dispute Resolution is a boutique provider of leading-edge dispute management services – mediation, arbitration, custom appointing services, a panel of dispute prevention specialists, and more – that leverages resources generated by the CPR Institute. The case administrators are experienced attorneys with a combined 40 years of experience in ADR who speak five languages. The Panel of Distinguished Neutrals is a carefully curated, diverse group of prominent, experienced subject matter experts based in 35 countries. To learn more visit www.cpradr.org.
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