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Latest and Greatest Resource Share

Thanks once again to Sharon Press and Bobbi McAdoo for the invaluable service of compiling resources as part of the ABA Legal Educators’ Colloquium.   Sharon wrote: “I hope the end of the semester is going well for you.  Bobbi and I wanted to be sure you had the “final” version of the Resource Share before … Continue reading Latest and Greatest Resource Share

Contribute to the Asynchronous Resource Share at the ABA Conference

From GFOI Sharon Press: Dear Colleagues, Like many of you, we are thrilled to see a session added to the program about “living room conversations,” where Section of Dispute Resolution Chair Ben Davis will speak about Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of his assassination.  We agree with Ben about … Continue reading Contribute to the Asynchronous Resource Share at the ABA Conference

Ten TED Talks You Might Enjoy

On the Kluwer Mediation Blog, Greg Bond wrote a nice post, TED Talks I Have Enjoyed – And that Resonate with the Mediator in Me.  He provides brief descriptions of ten talks that he has “found inspiring and that relate to mediation, in the broadest sense of the word.”  One of them is Andrea’s talk,  Why Women Don’t … Continue reading Ten TED Talks You Might Enjoy

Please Come to the Stone Soup Session at the ABA Conference – and Use Stone Soup Next Year

Saving the best for last, Lessons From the Stone Soup Project and Ideas for the Future, is scheduled for the ABA Legal Educators Colloquium on Saturday, April 7, from 3:30 to 5.  Since you probably won’t want to miss this, you should plan your travel accordingly. This program will discuss, assess, and build on the … Continue reading Please Come to the Stone Soup Session at the ABA Conference – and Use Stone Soup Next Year

Stone Soup:  Do the Best Trainings, Continuing Education Programs, and Conference Sessions You Can

Don’t you hate it when presenters just talk at you for a whole program? Adult learners generally do. That’s why everyone suggests using interactive formats in which the audience regularly participates and doesn’t have just five minutes at the end to ask questions. I’m sure that most readers of this blog who give presentations are … Continue reading Stone Soup:  Do the Best Trainings, Continuing Education Programs, and Conference Sessions You Can

Stone Soup: Texas Bar Program for Lawyers and Mediators on Planned Early Negotiation

This post describes CLE presentations I gave for the Texas Bar.  It provides material for participants at the program and is another illustration of how people can use the Stone Soup Project idea of using continuing education programs to produce and share knowledge about actual practice. I previously tested this approach in two days of … Continue reading Stone Soup: Texas Bar Program for Lawyers and Mediators on Planned Early Negotiation

Mosten and Scully’s New Book on Unbundled Legal Services

I have known Forrest (Woody) Mosten for quite a while.  He co-authored several articles on collaborative law with me, putting him at risk of tarnishing his stellar reputation.  We also co-authored an article, Family Lawyering:  Past, Present, and Future.  Much more significantly, Woody is known as the “father of unbundling” (as well as being a … Continue reading Mosten and Scully’s New Book on Unbundled Legal Services

Stone Soup:  A Thousand Great Chefs

In June, Rafael Gely and I, the co-directors of the Stone Soup Project, decided to shift our approach from our original plan of a centralized database to a decentralized set of experimental efforts to produce knowledge about actual practice – aka letting a thousand chefs cook. I recently talked with many of the faculty who have … Continue reading Stone Soup:  A Thousand Great Chefs