Ebner Wins Award

A simulation co-authored by Noam Ebner (Creighton) has been named a first-prize co-winner of Syracuse University’s Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs annual E-PARCC teaching case and simulation competition. Congratulations, Noam! The simulation places participants in the role of EU leaders tasked with forming EU policy in face of the waves of migration entering … Continue reading Ebner Wins Award

The “Think Like A Lawyer” Approach to Law School is Outdated

Mary E. Jutten wrote a piece in the ABA Journal titled The “Think Like a Lawyer” Approach to Law School is Outdated, which makes some interesting points that will be familiar to readers of this blog.  Her most interesting point being that law schools need to teach students to think like professional service providers rather than gladiators … Continue reading The “Think Like A Lawyer” Approach to Law School is Outdated

Law Firm Arbitration Clauses for Summer Associates

From this morning’s Inside Higher Education: A group of top law schools on Monday released the results of a survey of workplace harassment policies at law firms recruiting on their campuses. Those law schools asked the firms last month to respond to questions about mandatory arbitration agreements and other policies dealing with workplace harassment. Student … Continue reading Law Firm Arbitration Clauses for Summer Associates

WIP Conference Registration Open

From our good friend Deb Eisenberg at Maryland via the listserv: Registration is now open for the 12th Annual AALS ADR Works-in-Progress Conference at Maryland Carey Law! We are so excited to host you in Baltimore next October 4-6, 2018. Details and registration here: https://umbforms.wufoo.com/forms/aals-adr-worksinprogress-conference/. Wishing you all a productive and wonderful summer. See you … Continue reading WIP Conference Registration Open

Symposium Articles on The First Amendment, The University, and Conflict

From my colleague, S.I. Strong: I am happy to announce the publication of the spring 2018 issue of the Journal of Dispute Resolution, which includes pieces from our symposium on The First Amendment, The University and Conflict. The articles will shortly be put on Westlaw and Lexis, but until then, you can download copies for … Continue reading Symposium Articles on The First Amendment, The University, and Conflict