Game for self-represented litigants

This project out of Northeastern’s Law Lab takes a pro se player through preparing for and going through a simple civil case. It’s cool. Many of us have long advocated for more pre-mediation training for self-represented, non-repeat players in mediation, and this format seems quite accessible. Does anyone know whether someone has created something similar … Continue reading Game for self-represented litigants

210 Professors Sign Comment Letter on CFPB Proposed Ban on Class Action Waivers

I apologize for interrupting the steady stream of John Lande photo albums to report that the first comment letter on the Consumer Financial Protection’s Bureau proposal (regulation CFPB-2016-0020, RIN 3170-AA51) to ban class action waivers in consumer financial agreements has been posted on the CFPB website.  Thanks to the incredible drafting and organizing efforts of … Continue reading 210 Professors Sign Comment Letter on CFPB Proposed Ban on Class Action Waivers

Virtual Symposium on Evidence in International Arbitration

From my colleague, S.I. Strong: I wanted to let you know that Young OGEMID (a listserve for junior specialists in international arbitration) is holding its third “virtual” symposium, this time on evidence in international arbitration.   Virtual symposia are conducted entirely by email, so you can follow it as closely as you want (or not), and … Continue reading Virtual Symposium on Evidence in International Arbitration