Lonnie Schooler Selected to Join “Dispute Resolution Magazine” Editorial Board
July 2, 2018 | Attorney News
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Jackson Walker congratulates Houston partner Lonnie Schooler for his recent appointment to the Editorial Board of Dispute Resolution Magazine, a quarterly publication published by the American Bar Association Section of Dispute Resolution.
Established in 1993, the ABA Section of Dispute Resolution is the largest dispute resolution membership organization in the world. The Section advances and promotes fair, prompt, and cost-effective dispute resolution. Members convene, facilitate, and support innovative research, education, debate, and collaboration on dispute resolution policy and practices. In addition to Dispute Resolution Magazine, the Section publishes a monthly e-newsletter and numerous publications.
The Editorial Board reviews all submissions and makes final decisions regarding the publication of articles in Dispute Resolution Magazine. The Board has final say on which articles will be accepted. For more information, visit the Dispute Resolution Magazine webpage.
Lionel M. Schooler is a management-side employment lawyer and recognized authority on employment law, federal appellate practice, and arbitration. Lonnie’s employment practice focuses on counseling clients and litigating, on a nationwide basis, claims under all employment laws, wage and hour claims, and investigations by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, the U.S. Department of Labor, and the Texas Workforce Commission. Lonnie is also experienced as an arbitrator on the Commercial and Employment Panels of the American Arbitration Association and as an advocate. He was selected for inclusion by the National Association of Distinguished Neutrals and is certified as a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators for international arbitration matters. Since 2017, Lonnie has served on the Board of Directors of the Houston Bar Association. His previous editorial experience includes serving as editor-in-chief of The Houston Lawyer, a bimonthly publication of the Houston Bar Association.
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