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Fellowship

Company name

California Lawyers for the Arts.

Organization Type

Public Interest

Job Type

Attorney

Date Last Verified

Sep 04,2018

Posted on

Jan 19,2017

Location

Berkeley, CA
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Fellowship The Fellow will work with the Arts Arbitration and Mediation Services (AAMS) program. Working directly with clients, attorneys, and other alternative dispute resolution professionals, the fellow will gain active listening and negotiation skills, and will learn how legal disputes are settled outside of court. Gain practical knowledge regarding the relative benefits of different types of alternative dispute resolution and litigation in artistic disputes. The fellowship is also an opportunity to gain real awareness and skills in the rapidly expanding and increasingly relevant field of alternative dispute resolution. Attend any of the educational programs provided by the organization, examples are: Copyright Basics, Collaboration Agreements, and other Intellectual Property issues, etc. Completion of mediation course, or 40-hour conflict resolution training is essential. Should preferably be able to commit 10-15 hours over 2-3 days a week.

Company info

Hiring Coordinator
California Lawyers for the Arts.
Wells Fargo Building
2140 Shattuck Avenue, 310
Berkeley, CA 94704
Fax: 510-201-9957

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