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2017 AWARDS RECIPIENTS


(l-r: Jeff Jury, IAM President, Walter Bailey Jr., George Brown, Distinguished Emeritus Fellow and 
Gene Moscovitch, Immediate Past President)

Honoring Walter Bailey, Jr., with The Sid Lezak Award of Excellence for his decades of work using his formidable personal and professional powers and persuasion to advance the causes of justice and peacemaking in his community.


 

(l-r: Gene Moscovitch, Immediate Past President and Michael Young, Distinguished Fellow)

Inducted into the Order of Knights of the IAM was presented to Michael Young, Distinguished Fellow at the recent conference of The International Academy of Mediators held in Memphis.



(l-r: Gene Moscovitch, Immediate Past President & Barbara Cornish, Distinguished Fellow)

President's Award was presented to Barbara Cornish, Distinguished Fellow at the recent conference of The International Academy of Mediators held in Memphis.

(l-r: Gene Moscovitch, Immediate Past President & Chuck Doran, Distinguished Fellow)

President's Awards was presented to Chuck Doran, Distinguished Fellow at the recent conference of The International Academy of Mediators held in Memphis.

 (l to r: Ben Picker & Hal Abramson)

IAM Scholar In Residence Hal Abramson received the prestigious Best Professional Article Award from the CPR Institute (International Institute for Conflict Prevention and Resolution) at CPR’s Annual Meeting in Miami on March 3, 2017. The CPR Award was presented to Professor Abramson by IAM Fellow Ben Picker, a member of CPR’s Advisory Council. The Article is entitled “Nelson Mandela AS Negotiator: What We Can Learn From Him”, published in the Ohio State Journal On Dispute Resolution.

CPR is the only organization in the world which recognizes outstanding scholarship in the field of ADR. Professor Abramson’s initial thoughts, which served as the outline for the article, were delivered in a lecture at one of our IAM meetings.

To read Ben Picker's remarks...CLICK HERE