The Kimball R. and Karen Gatsis Anderson Center for Advocacy and Professionalism presents:
Settlement in the 21st Century
April 1, 2022
8 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Winston & Strawn
35 W. Wacker, Chicago, IL
*2.00 hours of Illinois MCLE general credit have been approved for the Keynote and Practitioner Panel. Reciprocal credit is available in most jurisdictions.
JOIN MORNING ZOOM SESSION:
Meeting ID: 893 3739 5301
JOIN AFTERNOON ZOOM SESSION:
Meeting ID: 829 9228 7041
Most legal disputes in the U.S. are resolved by agreement, making the study of settlement an urgent project. This conference brings together nationally known legal scholars, lawyers, and judges to focus on the future of civil settlement. The event showcases empirical studies and technological advances. Prominent and experienced mediators offer perspective on settlement practices and emerging trends. The conference is organized by faculty at the University of Illinois College of Law and sponsored by the College’s new Kimball R. and Karen Gatsis Anderson Center for Advocacy and Professionalism.
Keynote Address: “Why Disputes Don’t (But Sometime Do) End Up in Trial”
Howard J. Trienens Professor of Law
Professor of Psychology
Northwestern University, Pritzker School of Law
(View full agenda, speaker bios, and Zoom information)
Free and open to the public.
Register to Attend the FULL CONFERENCE
Register to Attend ONLY the Keynote and Practitioner Panel for CLE Credit
The following hotels are within walking distance to the conference space:
RENAISSANCE CHICAGO DOWNTOWN HOTEL
CLUB QUARTERS HOTEL
THE WIT CHICAGO
HILTON GARDEN INN CHICAGO