The Center on Dispute Resolution at the Quinnipiac School of Law will launch the “Dispute Resolution Works-in-Progress Consortium,” a new virtual speaker series, on Friday, Jan. 29, from 3-4:30 p.m.
The audience for these virtual workshops will include not only dispute resolution law faculty and experienced dispute resolution practitioners, but also faculty and students interested in dispute resolution from all academic disciplines.
Cornelis J.W. Baaij, associate professor at Utrecht Law School, will kick off the program, presenting “Show Me the Money: An Empirical Method for Uncovering Arbitration’s De Facto Rules for Damages.” Stephen Ware, the Frank Edwards Tyler Distinguished Professor of Law at the University of Kansas School of Law, will offer comments following Baaji’s presentation.
Hannah Bloch-Wehba, associate professor at Texas A&M Law School, will present “Visible Policing: Technology, Transparency, And Democratic Control.” Professor Amy Cohen of University of New South Wales will offer comments following Bloch-Wehba’s presentation.
Quinnipiac is working with the AALS Section of Alternative Dispute Resolution, which for 15 years has sponsored an annual in-person “Works-in-Progress” conference, to develop the new series. In addition to the AALS ADR Section, this consortium includes 12 other nationally recognized law school dispute resolution programs.