Congratulations to CUNY’s ‘Make Talk Work’ Video Competition Winners!

From the blog of Nancy Hudgins

The City University of New York’s Dispute Resolution Consortium has decided upon the 10 winners of its Make Talk Work International Video 2008 competition. The videos have been posted to You Tube and you can find all ten of them here. (When you get there, scroll down the list to the right and click on the videos.)

If you have ten minutes, it’s lots of fun. The videos are 60 seconds each.

To see two dozen bookmarks from CUNY’s Make Talk Work bookmark project, click here.

Kudos to the JAMS Foundation for funding the projects.

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Nancy Hudgins

Nancy Hudgins, a San Francisco mediator and lawyer, began specializing in civil litigation in the 1970's. She has represented both plaintiffs and defendants, chiefly in personal injury, medical malpractice, elder abuse and product liability lawsuits, but also in a wide variety of complex litigation, including civil rights, fraud and class… MORE >

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