January 15, 2019

ABA Ombuds Committee Now Has Social Media Presence

In the wake of a very successful Ombuds Day roll-out, the American Bar Association, Dispute Resolution Section’s Ombuds Committee has created profiles on three social media platforms. The goals of their social media posts will be to:

  • Provide ombuds with relevant and meaningful information related to the work they do;
  • Raise awareness of the various types of ombuds, their standards of practice, roles, functions and value; and
  • Encourage the greater use of appropriately designed ombuds programs.
The committee invites followers on Linked In, Facebook and Twitter.  For content questions or suggestions, please contact Liz Hill at Elizabeth.hill @colorado.edu. (ABA DRS Ombuds: LinkedIn; Facebook; Twitter.)

Related posts: New Chair of ABA Section of Dispute Resolution Has Ties to Ombuds; Exclusive Access to ABA Dispute Resolution Magazine Ombuds Issue; American Bar Association Ombuds Committee Posts Update; American Bar Association Passes Resolution in Support of OmbudsTool-Kit Offers Resources for Ombuds DayOmbuds Year in Review: 2018 (1. The First Ombuds Day is a Success).

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