A message from ABA Lawyer as Problem Solver Co-Chairs David White and Woody Mosten;
On behalf of my Co-Chair, Woody Mosten, and myself, I write to solicit nominations for the 2008 ABA Lawyer as Problem Solver Award and the Lawyer as Problem Solver Exercises (“LAPSE”).
Each year, the Lawyer as Problem Solver Committee seeks to identify those colleagues who have distinguished themselves through a commitment to creative advocacy. Such individuals are a force for positive change through their dynamic representation of disputants and / or litigants.
Information regarding past recipients and a downloadable nomination form is available under the ABA Section of Dispute Resolution / Lawyer as Problem Solver Advisory Committee website.
Nominations should be directed to David M. White, Esq. White & Associates, P.C in New York at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note that the deadline for this recognition is February 29, 2008.
David Michael White
ABA Lawyer as Problem Solver Advisory Committee
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