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Bar News - October 6, 2006

Conflict Resolution Association Holds Workshop

The New Hampshire Conflict Resolution Association (NHCRA) is a statewide, non-profit organization dedicated to promoting the practice and public understanding of peaceable and effective conflict resolution.  It will present its 19
th annual conference at the University of New Hampshire on October 13.

        This full-day conference is a primary source for continuing education and training for northern New England volunteers and professionals in the field of alternative conflict resolution.  There will be two plenary sessions and more than 15 workshops, training sessions, presentations and roundtable discussions.  Attendees will learn new conflict resolution skills and explore new trends and areas of practice. 

        In addition, participants will have the opportunity to receive individual case consultations with an Association of Conflict Resolution (ACR) Family Advanced Practitioner. 

        This year’s keynote address will be presented by Dr. Sheila McNamee, who will speak on, “Talking Together, Working Together: Bridging the Disciplines.

        For further information and a conference registration form, visit the NHCRA Web site:


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