Tag Archives: skills and techniques

Tenth Annual Securities Dispute Resolution Triathlon

The Hugh L. Carey Center for Dispute Resolution at St. John’s School of Law and the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) invite you to participate in the tenth annual Securities Dispute Resolution Triathlon, a competition of competence in the dispute resolution field. The Triathlon is the first and only competition to include negotiation, mediation, advocacy, and arbitration … Continue reading Tenth Annual Securities Dispute Resolution Triathlon

ABA Conference Sessions You Might Enjoy

I love the ABA Section of Dispute Resolution annual conferences. They always put on a wide array of wonderful sessions and it’s a great time to connect with friends, old and new. As in the past, I am listing some sessions that particularly intrigue me.  This reflects my idiosyncratic tastes and it would be a … Continue reading ABA Conference Sessions You Might Enjoy

Stone Soup:  How to Make the Most in a Continuing Education Program

Following this exchange on the blog, Lainey Feingold emailed me asking for advice about using Stone Soup in an upcoming Structured Negotiation training for lawyers and advocates from legal services organizations.  The training would include a case study and two role-play exercises.  She asked if there are some Stone Soup questions she might ask and … Continue reading Stone Soup:  How to Make the Most in a Continuing Education Program

World Mediation Congress and Annual International Law School Mediation Tournament

From TFOI Teresa Frisbie: The International academy of Dispute Resolution and Loyola’s Dispute Resolution Program present the INADR World Mediation Congress and 17th Annual International Law School Mediation Tournament World Mediation Congress, March 6-7 International Mediation Tournament, March 8-10 Dan K. Webb Center for Advocacy Philip H. Corboy Law Center 25 E. Pearson Street Chicago, IL Join us in Chicago for … Continue reading World Mediation Congress and Annual International Law School Mediation Tournament

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

Stone Soup, Reflective Practice, Action Research, and Social Justice

Some questions for law professors:  Why did you go to law school?  Why did you decide to go into academia?  What do you want to accomplish in your work?  What do you hope for your students? In this post, I give my answers to these questions, which I think will resonate for many readers of … Continue reading Stone Soup, Reflective Practice, Action Research, and Social Justice

Stone Soup Assessment:  Gemma Smyth’s Access to Justice Course

Gemma Smyth is the Externship Program Director for the University of Windsor Faculty of Law, in Canada, which has a long tradition of focusing on access to justice.  Windsor is so committed to this mission that it requires all students to take an Access to Justice course in their first semester. Gemma is one of … Continue reading Stone Soup Assessment:  Gemma Smyth’s Access to Justice Course

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