July 2019 – Gretta Walters was recently selected to serve on The International Institute for Conflict Prevention and Resolution’s (CPR) Young Attorneys in Alternative Dispute Resolution (Y-ADR) Steering Committee. Gretta is one of 15 new members selected through a competitive process to serve a two-year term on the committee.
The Steering Committee is composed of young in-house counsel and practitioners at leading corporations and law firms around the world. The committee serves as the leadership group for Y-ADR, which promotes a full spectrum of dispute resolution mechanisms with lawyers 45 years old or younger or those with less than eight years of professional experience in international ADR practice, through periodic seminars and other initiatives. Click here to see a full list of all 28 members of the Y-ADR Steering Committee.
CPR is a global non-profit organization that aims to advance dispute prevention and resolution practice, CPR provides ADR through innovative and practical arbitration rules, mediation, and other dispute resolution services, and is the world’s leading ADR think tank. CPR’s membership comprises of top corporations and law firms, academic and public institutions, and leading mediators and arbitrators around the world.
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