Please submit your proposal(s) using the form provided above. To be considered for the conference, you must submit your proposal by Monday, October 15, 2018.
As in recent years, the conference will be held on a Thursday and Friday. We are continuing last year's successful format of two three-quarter days to accommodate travel to and from Seattle.
We expect more than 300 attendees from a diverse array of professional backgrounds, including dispute resolution professionals, lawyers of all practice levels, law students, HR management professionals, and insurance claims representatives. We welcome all proposals, and encourage you to think outside the box!
If you have any questions about your proposal, please contact the planning committee at Info@NWDRConference.org.
If you need inspiration to create your workshop proposal, please take a look at our previous year's workshops. Workshop descriptions and brochures from prior conferences are available on the "About" page.
The Conference Workshop Proposal Process
The Northwest Dispute Resolution Conference Program Committee requests proposals for conference workshops early in the fall before the conference. Presenters are advised of the status of their proposals by early December. The conference is usually held during the last weekend of March.
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