The Werner Institute Presents:
Keys to Effective Arbitration Advocacy
A Workshop Conducted by a Leading Arbitrator, Practitioner, and Professor
Resident Professor and Arbitration Program Chair
at The Werner Institute
This program is for those looking to gain a greater understanding of arbitration advocacy and to benefit from acquiring the best tools for enhancing their practice.
Saturday, April 30, 2011
8:30am-3:45pm (registration and continental breakfast 8-8:30)
$175 (before April 15), $225 (on or after April 15)
Pre-approved for 5.5 CLE credits in Nebraska and Iowa
To reserve your seat at this event, purchase your tickets here:
**You may also reserve your spot and purchase your ticket directly from the Werner Institute office in the Creighton University School of Law building room 223**
For more information:
Please call 402-280-3852, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
About the Lead Presenter: In addition to his role as Resident Professor and Arbitration Program Chair at the Werner Institute, John (Jay) McCauley has been a neutral with the American Arbitration Association since 1998. He serves on the Large Complex Case Panel and the Employment Panel of the Association, where he has arbitrated more than 100 cases, including a wide range of matters ranging from tens of millions to more than a billion dollars in dispute argued by leading advocates throughout the nation. He is an honors graduate of Harvard Law School, a former partner of a large, Los Angeles based, international law firm, a Distinguished Fellow of the International Academy of Mediators, and a Fellow of the College of Commercial Arbitrators. Jay has taught at several major law schools and has conducted workshops in commercial, international, and labor and employment arbitration, trial and appellate advocacy, and mediation. Jay also has years of experience as a trial lawyer and arbitration advocate in business, real estate, employment, and other substantive areas.