All posts by Jill Gross

Request for proposals: AALS ADR Section 2019 Works-in-progress conference

Hosting the AALS Alternative Dispute Resolution Section 2019 Works-in-Progress Conference The AALS Alternative Dispute Resolution Section is seeking a host for the 13th Annual Works-in-Progress Conference to take place in the fall of 2019. The WIP Conference has become one of the “must attends” in the ADR academic field. Previous hosts include Marquette (2007 and … Continue reading Request for proposals: AALS ADR Section 2019 Works-in-progress conference

Call for nominations: AALS ADR Section BEST ARTICLE

AALS Alternative Dispute Resolution Section Best Article of 2018 The AALS Section on Alternative Dispute Resolution is seeking nominations for the second annual Section Award for best article published in print or online in 2018 in the field of ADR. To be eligible, the article must be already published in a law review or other … Continue reading Call for nominations: AALS ADR Section BEST ARTICLE

Call for Papers: Advances in Comparative and Transnational ADR – Research into Practice

 From FOI Dr. Shahla Ali: The Law Faculty at the University of Hong Kong invites paper submissions for an upcoming research forum on March 8-9, 2019 addressing Advances in Comparative & Transnational ADR: Research into Practice: https://adrinasia.wordpress.com/2018/11/15/call-for-papers-advances-in-comparative-transnational-adr-research-into-practice/​ Dr. Shahla Ali (夏蘭) Associate Professor and Associate Dean (International) Deputy Director, Program in Arbitration and Dispute Resolution Faculty of Law, The University of … Continue reading Call for Papers: Advances in Comparative and Transnational ADR – Research into Practice

AALS ADR Works-in-Progress Conference

Last Thursday through Saturday, the University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law hosted the 12th Annual AALS ADR Section’s Works-in-Progress Conference. Now the standard-bearer as THE scholarly conference in the U.S. in the area of dispute resolution, participants heard presentations from scholars ranging from seeds of an idea to almost-completed papers, and gave … Continue reading AALS ADR Works-in-Progress Conference

Seeking Nominations for Mangano Award for DR Empirical Research

From FOI Elayne Greenberg (St. John’s): About the Mangano Award Given annually through the generosity of esteemed dispute resolution champion Hon. Guy J. Mangano, this $5000 Award honors scholars and practitioners whose published empirical research has furthered the advancement and understanding of the values and skills of dispute resolution. Nomination Criteria You are invited to … Continue reading Seeking Nominations for Mangano Award for DR Empirical Research

An Epic (and Compounded) Mistake in Epic Systems

  In my 2015 article, Justice Scalia’s Hat Trick and the Supreme Court’s Flawed Understanding of Twenty-First Century Arbitration, I pointed out a factual mistake in the majority opinion in American Express v. Italian Colors, 133 S. Ct. 2304 (2013). In that opinion, Justice Scalia wrote: A pair of our cases brings home the point [that a class … Continue reading An Epic (and Compounded) Mistake in Epic Systems

Conflict Resolution Faculty Position at Cornell ILR

From Cornell’s Alex Colvin: The ILR School at Cornell is searching for a faculty position in conflict resolution. Applications are welcome; please pass along to any interested individuals. Details at the link below. Tenure-Track Assistant or Associate Professor Position in Conflict Resolution https://academicjobsonline.org/ajo/jobs/11371 The ILR School at Cornell University invites applications for a tenure-track faculty … Continue reading Conflict Resolution Faculty Position at Cornell ILR

Winner of AALS ADR Section Best Article of 2017 Award

The AALS Section on Alternative Dispute Resolution is delighted to announce the winner of this year’s (inaugural) award for best scholarly article published in print or online in the previous year in the field of ADR. The Committee received a tremendous number of nominations of extremely high-quality articles, making the decision very difficult.  The Section’s 2018 … Continue reading Winner of AALS ADR Section Best Article of 2017 Award

The Lost Art of Listening, with a nod to Senator Kaine

I am in Washington, DC at the annual ABA Section of Dispute Resolution Spring Conference enjoying the cherry blossoms and the fabulous line-up of speakers and presentations. In particular, the plenary sessions yesterday and today were extraordinary, both in their timeliness of topic and thought-provoking quality. Yesterday, the NY Times’ columnist Thomas Friedman received the … Continue reading The Lost Art of Listening, with a nod to Senator Kaine

New York State Proposes Amending its Arbitration Law

I recently became aware that, through its budget process, New York State legislators are seeking to amend New York’s arbitration law (contained in its Civil Practice Law and Rules) to, among other things, require that all arbitrators be neutral (i.e. no party arbitrators); require certain disclosures by arbitrators relevant to possible bias; permit vacatur based … Continue reading New York State Proposes Amending its Arbitration Law

Last Call for Nominations: AALS ADR Best Article

Reposting earlier call for nominations: NOMINATIONS DUE TOMORROW MARCH 1 As outgoing (or gone) Chair of the AALS Section on Alternative Dispute Resolution, I am pleased to announce on behalf of the Section’s Executive Committee the creation and launch of the Section’s annual award for best scholarly article published in print or online in the … Continue reading Last Call for Nominations: AALS ADR Best Article