Conversation with Heather Kulp About ADR Careers – Part 3

Last week, I posted Heather’s latest contribution to our conversation about ADR Careers.  Here’s my response. _______ Thanks for all your kind words, Heather.  You give me way too much credit.  But why argue? Indeed, let me summarize some of the things I think we agree about.  First, we both want to help law students … Continue reading Conversation with Heather Kulp About ADR Careers – Part 3

A No-Brainer?

One might assume that using a “planned early dispute resolution” (PEDR) system should be a “no-brainer” for businesses that regularly litigate because litigation-as-usual undermines many business interests such as efficiency, protection of reputations and relationships, control of disputing and business operations generally, and risk management, among others. Although this seems like a plausible assumption, the … Continue reading A No-Brainer?

6th Annual International Cyber-conference on Dispute Resolution

From IFOI Brian Jarrett Hello Folks, Our 6th Annual International Cyber-conference on Dispute Resolution will take place on April 13, 2016, at noon to 2:30 pm (PST). Be sure to find the equivalent time and date in your location on the globe. California State University at Dominguez Hills (CSUDH) will be the “bridge university” this … Continue reading 6th Annual International Cyber-conference on Dispute Resolution

Virtual Symposium on Getting Speaking Engagements in DR

From PFOI S.I. Strong: Dear all As you know, I moderate the Young-OGEMID listserve, which is dedicated to junior scholars and practitioners interested in matters relating to international arbitration.  We are following up last year’s inaugural “virtual symposium” on how junior people can get published (and why they should want to) with a second such … Continue reading Virtual Symposium on Getting Speaking Engagements in DR