This is an index of the contributions to this symposium. As I add posts, I will link to them all in this index post so that you can find them all in one place. You can bookmark this post if you like.
Goals for Dispute Resolution
Strategies for Achieving Goals, General Trends, and Patterns of Social Change
Reactions to the Huge Scope of Our Field
Instructions for Writing a Post for the TOC Symposium
Guidance About What to Include (and Not) in Your Symposium Pieces
Suggestions for Good Writing
Here are two related posts:
Steve Goldberg, Nancy Rogers, and Sarah Cole: Identifying Questions for the Future of the Field
John Lande: For Pragmatic Romanticism About ADR, Understanding Why the “Haves” Come Out Ahead
Here are posts about the “Past-and-Future” conference:
Rebekah Gordon: The Future is Calling. Don’t Hang It Up Yet!
Jackie Nolan-Haley, Rebekah Gordon, Andrew Mamo, Noam Ebner, Ava Abramowitz, Michael Green, Chris Guthrie, Lela Love, and Nancy Welsh: Reflections from the Past-and-Future Conference
Jill Gross: Conference on Past, Present and Future of ADR at Pepperdine Law School
Howard Herman, Russell Korobkin, Donna Shestowsky, Roselle Wissler, and Nancy Welsh: Appreciating Legacy / Engaging Future Program on Methodologies and Terminology for Research with a Real-World Focus
Doug Frenkel, Michaela Keet, John Lande, and Donna Stienstra: Studying What DR Practitioners Actually Do
Michael Buenger: Designing the Courts to Truly Meet Users’ Needs
Ben Cook: We Should Teach More About the Connection Between Theory and Practice as well as Dispute System Design
Brian Farkas: A Modest(ish) Proposal: Enhancing Impact Through Joint Spring Conferences
Chris Honeyman: We Need an Inventory of What We Are Teaching
Barney Jordaan: Promoting the Economic and Other Benefits of Transactional Mediation, An Under-Researched and Under-Utilised Process
Heather Scheiwe Kulp: Reframing Our Field to Focus on Improving People’s Ability to Handle Disputes on Their Own
John Lande: We Need an All-Hands-On-Deck Strategy Now to Maintain the Vitality of Our Field in the Future
Tom Valenti: Improving Student Competitions
Jim Alfini: Rekindling the ADR Flame in the Legal Academy: Include ADR in Bar Exams and Hold ADR Symposia at Legal Education Events.
Debra Berman: Preparing Law Students for the Real World Through Mediation Advocacy Training and Realistic Negotiation Simulations.
Rebekah Gordon: Move Over Moot Court. It Is Mediation’s Turn: Increasing the Number of Students Interested in ADR Courses.
David Henry: The Case for Mediation Optimization Orders.
Jane Juliano: Creatively Designing Mediation Procedures to Include Evaluations by Courts.
Alyson Carrel: Opportunity to Influence at the Intersection of Dispute Resolution and Technology.
Michael Lang: Good Mediators Act Out of Choice, Not Habit.
Scott Maravilla: We Need to Re-invigorate Federal Administrative ADR.
Colin Rule: Integrate Technology into the Practice of Dispute Resolution.
Linda Warren Seely: We Need Standards and Principles for ODR.
Nancy A. Welsh: We Need Good Data to Know Whether What We Are Doing – and Espousing – Is Good.
Lisa Blomgren Amsler, J.D.: Responding to Disruption in the Legal Profession: Teaching Interpersonal and Process Skills across the Curriculum.
Russ Bleemer: Listening for Mediators.
Deborah Thompson Eisenberg: Beyond Settlement: Reconceptualizing ADR as “Process Strategy.”
Randall Kiser: Suggested Directions for the Dispute Resolution Community.
John Lande: Law Schools Should Teach Students to Think Strategically – That’s What it Really Means to Think Like a Lawyer.
Rebecca Price: We Need to Do More and Better Assessment of New Mediation Trainees.
Kimberly Taylor: A Goldilocks Approach for Mediation Standards.