C.J. Larkin, J.D., administrative director of the School of Law’s Alternate Dispute Resolution Program and senior lecturer in law, is serving as a Fulbright senior specialist at Utrecht University in the Netherlands.
During her summer appointment, she is focusing on various aspects of alternative dispute resolution.
The law school has an ongoing partnership with Utrecht University through both the Transnational Law Program and the Summer Institute for Global Justice. Kathleen Clark, J.D., professor of law, and Charles R. McManis, J.D., the Thomas and Karole Green Professor of Law and director oftheIntellectual Property and Technology Law Program, are among the faculty teaching in the institute this summer.
Larkin is one of more than 400 U.S. faculty and professionals traveling abroad this year through the Fulbright senior specialists program.
The program provides short-term academic opportunities to prominent U.S. faculty and professionals to support curricular and faculty development and institutional planning at postsecondary academic institutions around the world.
Among other international activities, Larkin recently concluded a State Department exchange project for Nepali mediators and mediation trainers; consulted with community mediators and mediation trainers in Thailand for a proposed education and exchange program; and led a workshop on cross-cultural issues in mediation at a law firm in New Delhi, India.
Additionally, Jo Ellen Lewis, J.D., professor of practice and director of the law school’s Legal Practice Program, is in the third year of a five-year appointment as a Fulbright senior specialist.
Among her international work, Lewis has served as a visiting lecturer in Japan; taught short courses in the Global Legal Studies program at Universidade Catolica Portuguesa in Lisbon, Portugal; and conducted workshops on legal writing for Seoul National University and the Korean Association of Law Schools.
Previously, law faculty members and administrators have been awarded Fulbright grants for a variety of placements, including in Austria, France, Germany, Israel, Italy, Korea, Nepal, Portugal, South Africa, Spain and Suriname.