From FOB’s Kristen Blankley and Erin Archerd on the really interesting work of the ethics committee–good example to use in class too! Is writing about your practice online a bad idea? What cautions should neutrals consider or what limits should neutrals place on their discussion of sessions and clients on the Internet? The ABA Dispute … Continue reading ABA DR Ethics Committee: Neutrals and Social Media
There are just seven weeks until the 10th Annual AALS Works-in-Progress conference at Marquette on September 22-24 (where did the summer go?!?!) Applications for the $750 stipend for junior faculty will only be accepted through this Friday, August 5th, so register now. The conference will start Thursday night, September 22nd and end after lunch (food tour!) on … Continue reading Last Works in Progress Reminder
My colleague Janine Geske traveled to Rome last spring to teach about restorative justice and yesterday blogged about her experiences. Below is an excerpt of her moving recollections: Such was the context of my week-long experience in Rome, when I met 19 dedicated religious leaders from Africa, India, Belgium, Mexico and South America. I essentially had a day to … Continue reading Restorative Justice in Rome
Hi everyone–as I’ve already posted, we are delighted to host the 10th Annual AALS Works-in-Progress conference at Marquette. Consider this your midsummer reminder. Registrations have started pouring in (well, a steady stream!) and we would be happy to fill the agenda even more. The conference will start Thursday night, September 22nd and end after lunch on … Continue reading Works in Progress Reminder!
Hi everyone–as I’ve already posted, we are delighted to host the 10th Annual AALS Works-in-Progress conference at Marquette. The conference will start Thursday night, September 22nd and end after lunch on Saturday, September 24th. The webpage is located here. As many of the readers on this blog know, the AALS Works-in-Progress is a wonderful opportunity for dispute … Continue reading Works in Progress Registration is Open!!!
This is an excerpt of an article appearing the ABA Dispute Resolution Magazine by Pablo Cortes –thanks much to him for summarizing this for us. You can read the entire article here. At some point, all of us have complaints against merchants and businesses, but are the courts the best place to resolve those disagreements? … Continue reading The Brave New World of Consumer Redress in the EU and the UK
From FOI Carrie Menkel-Meadow who posted this originally on the Law, Technology, and Access to Justice Blog here. A really interesting overview–enjoy! Attending the 15th annual gathering (in The Hague, Netherlands, 22-3 May 2016) of those who design, implement and use online dispute resolution (ODR) I am left asking the question do ODR and ‘A’ … Continue reading Is ODR ADR? Reflections of an ADR Founder from 15th ODR Conference
As a nice break from grading, think about coming to Paris next November! The international biennial on negotiation (formerly called Negocia) is going to be held at Novancia Business School in Paris from November 16-18. The call for papers is here. Having attended before and planning to attend again this year, I highly recommend the … Continue reading Call for Papers–Come to Paris!