For this inaugural year of the Weinstein Fellowship program, Pepperdine is hosting three of this year’s Weinstein Fellowship recipients: Badri Bandari from Nepal, Ximena Bustamante from Ecuador, and Orouba Qarain from Jordan. All three Weinstein Fellows will be participating in the Straus Institute’s LL.M. Program in Dispute Resolution.
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Straus Institute’s LL.M. Program
The Straus Institute’s LL.M. program is an advanced law degree specializing in dispute resolution. Straus’ academic programs are regarded as the most comprehensive dispute resolution curriculum in the nation, and the Institute continues to be ranked Number One in the nation by U.S. News & World Report. Pepperdine also offers a certificate and masters of dispute resolution (M.D.R.) for non-law professionals.
About the JAMS Foundation
The non-profit JAMS Foundation is the largest private provider of ADR-related grants in the world. The Foundation was established in 2002 by JAMS, The Resolution Experts, the nation’s premier provider of alternative dispute resolution services, and is funded by JAMS mediators, arbitrators and employee associates who contribute a percentage of their income to support its activities. The JAMS Foundation has provided nearly $2.3 million in grant funding since its inception. More information about the JAMS Foundation and the Weinstein International Fellowship Program can be found at www.jamsfoundation.org.
About JAMS, The Resolution Experts
Founded in 1979, JAMS has Resolution Centers throughout the United States. JAMS and its more than 250 full-time mediators and arbitrators are responsible for resolving thousands of important cases each year. JAMS may be reached at 800-352-5267.