All posts by art hinshaw

Schiefelbein Global Dispute Resolution Conference – January 13, 2023

Arizona State’s Lodestar Dispute Resolution Center is proud to host the upcoming the annual Schiefelbein Global Dispute Resolution Conference on Friday January 13, 2023.  Claudia Salomon, President of the ICC International Court of Arbitration, will deliver the keynote address, titled Damocles Sword – A Tool to Resolve Disputes, If Used Effectively.  After her talk we … Continue reading Schiefelbein Global Dispute Resolution Conference – January 13, 2023

Factors Related to How the Initial Mediation Session Begins

For the past several years Roselle Wissler (Arizona State) and I have been working on several articles about the early stages of mediation based on data collected from more than 1,000 mediators from 8 states across the country.  Our latest article from this data set Joint Session or Caucus? Factors Related to How the Initial … Continue reading Factors Related to How the Initial Mediation Session Begins

Menkel-Meadow – Negotiation: A Very Short Introduction

Carrie Menkel-Meadow (UC-Irvine) has a new book on the market titled Negotiation: A Very Short Introduction (Oxford 2022). Here’s the Amazon blurb for the book: This Very Short Introduction provides a comprehensive and accessible review of both conceptual and behavioural approaches to the human process of negotiation. Carrie Menkel-Meadow draws on research in constituent fields of human … Continue reading Menkel-Meadow – Negotiation: A Very Short Introduction

Negotiation Strategies for War by Other Means — Cardozo Journal of Conflict Resolution’s Melnick Symposium

Andrea has kindly asked me to post this announcement for CJCR’s Melnick Symposium on Nov. 18th (live and on Zoom!) while her access to the blog is getting straightened out since she moved to Cardozo.  Go here to register and the details are below. Join the Cardozo Journal of Conflict Resolution on November 18, 2022 … Continue reading Negotiation Strategies for War by Other Means — Cardozo Journal of Conflict Resolution’s Melnick Symposium

Bregant, Robbennolt, and Winship – Perceptions on Settlement

We don’t post a lot of scholarship updates here as there are many better outlets for that, but once and a while something comes out that catches our attention – such as this.  Excellent empiricists Jessica Bregant (Houston), Jennifer Robbennolt (Illinois), and Verity Winship (Illinois) have a very interesting paper up on SSRN titled Perceptions … Continue reading Bregant, Robbennolt, and Winship – Perceptions on Settlement

Longitudinal Study of Changes in Law Student Negotiation Behaviors

Andrea and I – along with a team of 4 non-law faculty researchers – are planning a longitudinal study of changes in negotiation behaviors in law students over the course of their three years.  And we need your help!  We are looking for law faculty partners who would administer the survey instrument at their schools … Continue reading Longitudinal Study of Changes in Law Student Negotiation Behaviors

Upcoming Conference, Settlement in the 21st Century – April 1st

FOI Jennifer Robbenolt (lllinois) forwarded information about an upcoming conference (Friday April 1st at 8am CT) – Settlement in the 21st Century.  Register here; blurb and speakers below. Most legal disputes are resolved by agreement, making the study of settlement a critically important project. Organized by faculty at the University of Illinois College of Law, … Continue reading Upcoming Conference, Settlement in the 21st Century – April 1st