Harry Mazadoorian (No Name)
Probably the most awaited Connecticut Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) event of the year is the Connecticut Bar Foundation/Quinnipiac Law School John A. Speziale ADR Symposium. The first of these programs was held in 1998 and each successive symposium has focused on critical areas of ADR. (Full disclosure: I served as the inaugural planning chairman for the series and for several symposia thereafter.)
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