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The 2020 USNews Dispute Resolution Rankings

Today the USNews rankings of law schools and law school specialty programs were “leaked.”  That means they were distributed to law school deans to prepare their publicity statements, to trumpet the good and explain the bad.  And the specialty rankings were tabulated differently this year, requiring voters to rate every school for which they had … Continue reading The 2020 USNews Dispute Resolution Rankings

Schiefelbein Global Dispute Resolution Conference – Wrap Up

Below is a wrap up of the recently held Schiefelbein Global Dispute Resolution Conference at Arizona State.   It was a great conference, and I hope that you find this information enlightening.  And note that we regularly post conference highlights on this web page, so feel free to send a write up to one of the … Continue reading Schiefelbein Global Dispute Resolution Conference – Wrap Up

2018 Mangano Dispute Resolution Advancement Award

FOI Elayne Greenberg  (St. John’s) has been gently reminding us of the Mangano Award given by St.John’s every other year to “honor scholars and practitioners whose empirical work furthers the advancement and understanding of the values and skills of dispute resolution.”  This is a major award, and it comes with a $5,000 prize !  Applications … Continue reading 2018 Mangano Dispute Resolution Advancement Award

Pepperdine Launches Jewish Divorce Mediation Clinic

In partnership with the Jewish Divorce Assistance Center of Los Angeles, Pepperdine is launching the Jewish Divorce Mediation Clinic.  According to Pepperdine’s Surf Report (best ever name for a law school news update) this description The School of Law is launching the Jewish Divorce Mediation Clinic in Fall 2018. Open to JD and LL.M. students … Continue reading Pepperdine Launches Jewish Divorce Mediation Clinic

Comings, Goings, and Other Milestones – 2018 edition (updated)

Every year I do my best to keep track of faculty moves and other items of note for posting at the beginning of the academic year to spread the news.  We’re light on moves this year – none (really?) – but there are several prominent visitors and some interesting openings for next year.   And scroll … Continue reading Comings, Goings, and Other Milestones – 2018 edition (updated)

Falsified Job Offer from another University Leads to Criminal Charges for Colorado State Chemistry Professor

When teaching negotiation ethics, it is important to discuss false offers being used as leverage in negotiation.  In my experience, most people use them when time is short and the existence of the competing offer cannot be verified – which makes it difficult to know what to do.  From here on out, use this example … Continue reading Falsified Job Offer from another University Leads to Criminal Charges for Colorado State Chemistry Professor

McGeorge Wins ABA International Negotiation Competition

This dispatch comes from our good friend (OGF?) Michael Colatrella (McGeorge). McGeorge School of Law, University of the Pacific students Doug Leach and Leah Parrish, representing the United States, won the American Bar Association’s (ABA) International Negotiation Competition held from June 26-30, 2018 in Wales, UK. The McGeorge negotiation team qualified to compete in the … Continue reading McGeorge Wins ABA International Negotiation Competition

Mindfulness in Law Society Conference August 3rd

FOI Richard Reuben (Missouri) sends along this conference announcement for the Mindfulness in Law Society.  Please note that lack of conference registration information in the message, so if you’re interested please contact Richard directly. As many of you know, I have been focusing a lot of my time the last few years on opening doors … Continue reading Mindfulness in Law Society Conference August 3rd