Prize to Recognise Students Contribution to the Study of Dispute Resolution
Nov 30, 2011
A new prize, established by the American Arbitration Association, will be awarded annually between 2011 and 2015 to the Trinity College Dublin undergraduate or postgraduate student who has made an outstanding contribution to the study of dispute resolution. Worth US$5,000 annually, students are invited to submit an essay on any aspect of conflict resolution for a chance to win the newly established Rory Brady Prize for Excellence in International Conflict Management.
Rory Brady SC was former Attorney General from 2002-2007. He played a leading role in the reform of Irish mediation and arbitration law and in the promotion of mediation by lawyers. Interested students must submit an essay on any aspect of conflict resolution to the School of Law by 4pm on Friday January 20th 2012. The winner will be chosen by Prize Committee made up of four individuals from Trinity’s School of Law, two members of the Irish Bar and a representative of the American Arbitration Association.
Pictured at the announcement of the American Arbitration Association Annual Rory Brady Prize for Excellence in International Conflict Management are William K. Slate III, President and CEO of the American Arbitration Association; Mrs Siobhan Brady; Professor Gerry Whyte of Trinity’s School of Law, and Mark Appel, Senior Vice-President of the International Centre for Dispute Resolution.
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