2017-2018 PISLAP Events

Dear PISLAP Community,

Hoping this note finds you all well! and if you haven't yet had a chance to read our very dynamic recent Pislap newsletter, please go back and open it. It has some wonderful pieces, and also an announcement of the dates for our next conference, which will be in Washington, D,C, October 14-17, 2018.

We are delighted to announce our 2017-2018 PISLAP Conference call series. Below are the names of our presenters, the general subject matter of their presentation, as well as the dates.  When the date for each gets closer, we will send out an updated announcement with more information about the call.

In addition, for those of you who live in New York City, and are not on our local PISLAP list, I wanted to let you know that we will be gathering for a PISLAP Community dinner this Wednesday evening, October 18th, at 6:30pm at the Niles restaurant, located at 371 7th Avenue, New York, NY.  You are welcome to join us. You can rsvp by replying to contactpislap@gmail.com

Conference call Series

November 28th at 6pm eastern
Deborah Cantrell
Deborah will speak on how her Buddhist practice informs her social activism, teaching and writing
October 31st at 6pm eastern
Pamela Donison
Pamela will speak about the transformative potential of collaborative law, and how it is developing on a national and international level
January 18th at 6pm eastern
Elaine Quinn and Mothiur Rahman from England
Elaine (http://www.theconsciouslawyer.co.uk/) and Mothiur (http://www.communitychartering.org/the-team) (https://www.facebook.com/theconsciouslawyeruk/posts/1700695860243617)
Elaine and Mothiur will speak about: Looking at the U.K. What is hopeful in terms of the unfolding of a values based / spiritual perspective in their approach to law and shifts in the legal culture
February 6th at 1pm eastern (please note the change in time)
Shari Motro
Reading and discussion led in circle by Shari Motro, live from Jerusalem
April 12th at 6pm eastern time
Peter Gabel
Peter will be discussing his new about to be published book
“The Desire for Mutual Recognition: Social Movements and the Dissolution of the False Self”
May 7th at 6pm eastern time
Perry Saidman and D.C. folks
On the 2018 PISLAP conference

Nanette Schorr
for the Pislap team