As we start to plan for next semester, here’s some great teaching tools about ombuds. From colleague and FOB Natalie Fleury, here is the latest information from the ABA Ombuds Task Force to help us in teaching about the role of the ombuds. Recognizing that the ombuds role has increasingly become an important means of dispute resolution, … Continue reading ABA DR Ombuds Law School Task Force
Have just taught the last class of my negotiation workshop and I wanted to remind all about some helpful wrap-up and conclusion tools that could work in any DR workshop. First, as in previous years, I did the reputation index. This tool allows students to give peer feedback (as they have throughout the semester) but … Continue reading End of Semester Fun
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!
Our blog has been nominated for inclusion in the Niche and Specialty category of The Expert Institute’s Best Legal Blog Contest for 2016! As they wrote to us, We have a lot of great blogs participating this year…. Now that your blog has been nominated, readers will be able to vote for your blog through its … Continue reading Vote Now! (For the Blog)
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?
Out today on Law.com is an article discussing the current state of the business of ADR and I appreciate the shout out to the ABA DR section survey (published here) from the author Ben Hancock. His article is the first in a series addressing this problem. As the writer notes, It’s no secret that Big … Continue reading The Business of ADR–and Lack of Diversity
Indisputably is intended to foster conversations linking dispute resolution scholarship, education, and practice. So we really love it when readers take part in these conversations by adding your comments. Because of a spate of spam some time ago, we have a system to approve comments before they get posted. Unfortunately, the website sometimes sends comments … Continue reading We Welcome Your Comments
One of the fun events we had this past weekend at the conference was a scavenger hunt around Marquette’s campus as a break between the 28 amazing presentations that we had over the course of a day and half. Here are some fun pictures of the teams and, for the winner, you’ll have to scroll to the bottom! … Continue reading Works in Progress Scavenger Hunt