I am at the end of a two week trip to Cambodia. I was co-leading a trip for our students to study rule of law development in a post-conflict country. One of the amazing experiences we had was spending three days with the Arbitration Council of Cambodia learning about labor arbitration in the country. Photos … Continue reading It is a small world…
Many readers of this blog have no doubt already seen the email that my dear colleague, Michael Green, sent out on the DR Listserve. But, I didn’t want to miss an opportunity to share our good news (and good fortune): Dear Listmates, With great pride and appreciation, I write to announce that Nancy Welsh, Professor … Continue reading Nancy Welsh to Join Texas A&M!
Registration is still open for the 12th Annual Civil Collaborative Law Conference, taking place at Texas A&M University School of Law on September 15-17. This year offers an exciting and diverse set of speakers, trainings, and events. (Note that the first day of the conference takes place at the Tarrant County Bar Association office, located just … Continue reading Collaborative Law Conference
The friends of Indisputably at the U.S. Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs asked me to pass along this very interesting opportunity to be a a visiting faculty member: The Department of Law at the U.S. Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, Colorado, directs an undergraduate Legal Studies Program. We seek a current, full time … Continue reading Visiting Faculty Position in Negotiation at the U.S. Air Force Academy
I am thrilled to announce that Texas A&M University hopes to expand our wonderful dispute resolution team at the Law School and is planning to hire a lateral candidate in dispute resolution. As you will see from our advertisement (below), we are seeking “Candidates in the field of Alternative Dispute Resolution with a national or … Continue reading Texas A&M is hiring in DR!
A number of years ago one of my students told what has become my favorite gun story since I moved to Texas. Gun ownership is much more common here than in, for example, California. So, over the last six years, I’ve heard lots of gun stories. This particular student was pulled over by the police … Continue reading What to do now?
Wednesday’s New York Times had an interesting article about tension in the South China Sea. The US Navy is doing regular patrols in the area to “keep the South China Sea, one of the world’s busiest shipping lanes, open to all maritime traffic.” Increasing tensions over who controls the South China Sea is “expected to … Continue reading Answering Questions You Don’t Want to Answer
From FOI, Professor Elayne E. Greenberg, St. John’s University School of Law: It is my great pleasure to announce that the nationally respected dispute resolution and procedural justice scholar Donna Shestowsky, a professor of law and Martin Luther Kind Jr. Scholar at UC Davis, will receive St. John’s 2016 Mangano Dispute Resolution Advancement Award. The … Continue reading Congratulations to Donna Shestowsky!