All posts by Art Hinshaw

Bauer Fellowship at Northwestern Law

From our friends at Northwestern comes the following announcement about the newly created Bauer Fellowship in the Center for Negotiation and Mediation.  Announcement below. —————– Northwestern University School of Law invites applications for the Bauer Fellow, a two-year, renewable, clinical fellowship.  The fellowship will commence on August 1, 2015 and is expected to end July … Continue reading Bauer Fellowship at Northwestern Law

Carrel – ADR as First Career Video Blog Update

Alyson Carrel (Northwestern) passes along this update about her ADR as First Career Video Blog. —————————— In September, I launched a new video blog called ADR as 1st Career, in order to collect and celebrate stories of individuals who chose the ADR field as the place to start their professional careers. In the past 3-4 … Continue reading Carrel – ADR as First Career Video Blog Update

Srikanthiah and Martinez – Applying Negotiations Pedagogy to Clinical Teaching: Tools for Institutional Client Representation in Law School Clinics

Jayashri Srikanthiah (Stanford) and Jan Martinez (Stanford) recently published an article entitled Applying Negotiations Pedagogy to Clinical Teaching: Tools for Institutional Client Representation in Law School Clinics. It can be found at 21 Clinical L. Rev. 283 (2014), but it is not online just yet.  It should be appearing here soon. Law clinics across the country … Continue reading Srikanthiah and Martinez – Applying Negotiations Pedagogy to Clinical Teaching: Tools for Institutional Client Representation in Law School Clinics

Carrel: Yes, Please – Can Improv Improve Responses to Ethical Dilemmas?

The indefatigable Alyson Carrel (Northwestern) reflects on Amy Poehler’s new book Yes, Please, which, like all roads, leads to dispute resolution. ————————————————————- The ABA-Dispute Resolution Section just opened registration for the 17th Annual Spring Conference in Seattle, April 2015. One of the sessions that has been popular over the last couple years is called “What … Continue reading Carrel: Yes, Please – Can Improv Improve Responses to Ethical Dilemmas?