All posts by Andrea Schneider

The Colombian Peace Process: Lessons Learned

From Charlie Pillsbury at Quinnipiac, a report from a fascinating conference.  Thanks for sharing! The 16th Summit of Nobel Peace Prize Laureates was held in Bogota, Colombia from February 2-4, 2017; the first time this summit had ever been held in Latin America. It brought together 27 Nobel Peace Prize Laureates (12 organizations, 15 individuals), … Continue reading The Colombian Peace Process: Lessons Learned

Call for Presentation Proposals–Cultural Competency and Other Stuff We Teach!

I’m happy to post the call for proposals on this closely related topic to our own teaching.  CALL FOR PRESENTATION PROPOSALS  Institute for Law Teaching and Learning—Summer 2017 Conference Teaching Cultural Competency and Other Professional Skills Suggested by ABA Standard 302 July 7-8, 2017 University of Arkansas at Little Rock William H. Bowen School of … Continue reading Call for Presentation Proposals–Cultural Competency and Other Stuff We Teach!

Do Women Ask?

Delighted to post this important study and discussion from FOB Rishi Batra When discussing gender differences in the way that women and men negotiate, much of the well-known literature suggests, “women don’t ask” – i.e. that women are less likely to negotiate for salaries, raises, or promotions, at least when negotiating for themselves. This is … Continue reading Do Women Ask?