All posts by Andrea Schneider

Colorado Hiring in ADR

I’ve been asked by Sharon Jacobs to post the following announcement by Colorado who tells me they are especially interested in those teaching ADR/negotiation/mediation: Hiring Announcement: University of Colorado Law School The University of Colorado Law School invites applications from entry-level and lateral candidates for one or more full-time, tenured or tenure-track faculty positions to … Continue reading Colorado Hiring in ADR

Kukin Program for Conflict Resolution at Cardozo is Hiring

From FOI Lela Love–and let me just say I’m delighted that Lela is not really going anywhere soon! Dear Dispute Resolution Community and Friends, Below is an amazing opportunity to lead one of truly outstanding dispute resolution programs .  I will be staying aboard for a period to help with the transition and to continue … Continue reading Kukin Program for Conflict Resolution at Cardozo is Hiring

DR WIP Consortium Series–Discovering New Voices in DR–Friday April 30

Hi everyone!  It was great to “see” so many of you last week at the ABA virtual conference and congrats again to Dwight for his well-deserved honor 🙂 If you are looking for one more opportunity to get together as a community, here you go!  And this is a particularly good way to support the continued … Continue reading DR WIP Consortium Series–Discovering New Voices in DR–Friday April 30

DR WIP Consortium–Discovering New Voices in Dispute Resolution–Friday April 30

Delighted to announce that Marquette will be virtually hosting the last of our spring series where we get to hear and learn from some phenomenal new scholars in our field.  It has been a great way to build our community so I invite you to join us for the final session of the season over … Continue reading DR WIP Consortium–Discovering New Voices in Dispute Resolution–Friday April 30

Some new negotiation catchphrases: What Would Jacinda Do? Or Learn to Merkeln.

This week for women’s history month, I’ll be turning toward the “professionals”–those women whose job clearly includes negotiation–and highlight how their negotiation and leadership skills should be celebrated.  The skill set demonstrated by these successful leaders could be characterized as balancing assertiveness and empathy.  Or being willing to both listen and make hard decisions.  Walk … Continue reading Some new negotiation catchphrases: What Would Jacinda Do? Or Learn to Merkeln.

International Conflict Resolution Symposium–Part 2

Please join me this Wednesday, March 24th, at 1:30 eastern when I speak with Professors David Matz and Bob Mnookin discussing lessons from Menachem Begin and Camp David and examine today’s leadership challenges.  You can register here or here. This is hosted by the Begin Heritage Center that describes the series as such: Menachem Begin’s legacy … Continue reading International Conflict Resolution Symposium–Part 2

ADR & Activism through Art–Maya Angelou and Frida Kahlo

We already started this week talking about creative ways to persuade and I want to continue this week focusing on creativity and negotiation role models.  Two women immediately come to mind, as they each used their genre to give the reader/viewer perspective on different life experiences. Maya Angelou based much of her work on her … Continue reading ADR & Activism through Art–Maya Angelou and Frida Kahlo