Tag Archives: recent scholarship

Young on Teaching Ethics

Paula Young (Appalachian) has published two papers on teaching ethics in law school. Her 2011 article, Teaching the Ethical Values Governing Mediator Impartiality Using Short Lectures, Buzz Group Discussions, Video Clips, a Defining Features Matrix, Games, and an Exercise Based on Grievances Filed Against Florida Mediators, builds on her previous article, Teaching Professional Ethics to … Continue reading Young on Teaching Ethics

Kuttner on the Wave/Particle Tension in Negotiation

Ran Kuttner (Creighton) has posted The Wave/Particle Tension in Negotiation, forthcoming in the Harvard Negotiation Law Review.  The abstract: Using the wave/particle duality, a central principle in quantum physics as a metaphor, this article describes two different modes of human interaction that a negotiator should be aware of when conducting her negotiations-within, i.e. her internal … Continue reading Kuttner on the Wave/Particle Tension in Negotiation

Hoffman on Mediation and the Art of Shuttle Diplomacy

David Hoffman (Boston Collaborative Group) has posted Mediation and the Art of Shuttle Diplomacy. The abstract: Mediation caucusing — that is, separate meetings conducted by the mediator with some, but not all, of the parties — is widely used, but it has become increasingly controversial, as some mediators advocate for a no-caucus form of mediation … Continue reading Hoffman on Mediation and the Art of Shuttle Diplomacy