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[PODCAST] The Divided Community Project’s Commitment to Community Change Through Dispute Resolution

by Michael Lewis
December 2021

JAMS ADR Blog by Chris Poole

Michael Lewis

In this podcast, JAMS neutral Michael Lewis; Carl Smallwood, executive director of the Divided Community Project; and Nancy Rogers, who serves on the Divided Community Project’s Executive Committee, discuss the origins of the project and the path to developing resources for local leaders and community members to achieve change and tackle divisive issues impacting their communities.

The conversation touches on how funding from JAMS has aided in their ability to expand project capabilities; how they have strategically focused on areas that may yield the greatest impact for communities, including community mediation, student youth initiatives and the Weinstein JAMS International Fellowship Program; and how they are addressing societal issues.

Listen in to learn more.

 

Biography


Michael K. Lewis, Esq. is widely recognized for his extraordinary ability to resolve the most complex disputes in virtually every area of law. He has successfully mediated and arbitrated hundreds of complex, multi-party, high profile matters.

Mr. Lewis has a bachelor's degree in government from Dartmouth College and a law degree from Georgetown University Law Center. He also studied at the U.S. Department of State's Foreign Service Institute.



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