CPR’s new Y-ADR Interview Series returns with another discussion on in-house work, law practice development, and careers in dispute prevention and resolution.
This week, Y-ADR Steering Committee member Elizabeth Chan, an associate in the London office of Three Crowns, discusses conflict resolution with Kelly Xing, Legal Counsel at General Motors Co. in the Jing’an District, in Shanghai, China.
Kelly discusses her career path and conflict resolution experience, including how she approaches the drafting of dispute resolution clauses, and how the company uses a multi-tiered approach to dispute resolution that focuses on resolving disputes at management level.
She also talks about the business, discussing in detail the GM joint ventures she works on.
Lizzie Chan’s interview is her fifth in the CPR Y-ADR Interview series. The previous interview, with Mathias Goh, can be viewed on CPR Speaks here. Previously, Lizzie spoke with Timothy Shore on working as an ombudsman, which can be viewed on CPR Speaks here. The second interview in the series, with CPR Y-ADR co-chair Jason Klingensmith, Assistant General Counsel, at General Motors Co. in Detroit, is available on CPR Speaks here.
Lizzie’s kickoff interview in the series, with Jason’s GM colleague Brittany Mouzourakis, is available on CPR Speaks here.
You can watch the new Kelly Xing interview above, and share it on YouTube here.
CPR’s Young Leaders in Alternative Dispute Resolution educates the next generation of leaders on the full spectrum of dispute prevention and resolution mechanisms, and offers unique networking and professional development benefits to participants. Through periodic seminars and other initiatives, participants are introduced to CPR and gain an insider’s view into how CPR’s community of corporate counsel, law firm counsel, and other experts in the field are using dispute prevention and resolution techniques to manage conflict.
Y-ADR is open to the conflict prevention and resolution community–attorneys, professionals, academics and students–45 years old and younger, or those with less than eight years of professional experience in international or domestic ADR practice or other areas of conflict prevention and resolution.
The Y-ADR Steering Committee is the leadership group for Y-ADR. Jason Klingensmith’s co-chair is Ulyana Bardyn, counsel in the New York office of Eversheds Sutherland.
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