All posts by Art Hinshaw

Fordham Law School International Arbitration Conference

As many of you know, last week was arbitration week in NYC.   FOI Jackie Nolan-Haley was kind enough to write a short post detailing Fordham’s contribution, the annual International Arbitration Conference. On Friday, November 22, Fordham Law School sponsored its 14th Annual International Arbitration and Mediation Conference.  This year’s conference was held in conjunction with … Continue reading Fordham Law School International Arbitration Conference

Fordham Law School Access to Justice and ADR Symposium

If you’re on the listserv, you’ve seen some discussion of this great conference at Fordham last week.  FOI Jackie Nolan-Haley was kind enough to forward this short summary of the conference. Marathon weekend in New York City began with a marathon discussion of access to justice at Fordham Law School’s Symposium ADR and Access to … Continue reading Fordham Law School Access to Justice and ADR Symposium

AALS Balance in Legal Education Section – Nominations for Exec. Committee Bd. Member

Forwarding in case anyone is interested. ————– The Nominating Committee for the AALS Balance in Legal Education Section is requesting nominations to serve as Executive Committee Board Member beginning January 1, 2020. We’d love to have your nomination!  The Balance in Legal Education Section seeks to make law school a more humane experience and to better prepare law students to … Continue reading AALS Balance in Legal Education Section – Nominations for Exec. Committee Bd. Member

Reputation Matters – the Real World Edition

As you are likely aware, the US and China are embroiled in a trade war levying tariffs on an assortment of goods that travel between the two countries.  Today Bloomberg reports that one of the major barriers to resolving this agreement is President’s Trump’s reputation. After a weekend of confusing signals, Trump’s credibility has become … Continue reading Reputation Matters – the Real World Edition

Appreciating Our Legacy and Engaging the Future – Pepperdine School of Law, June 18 and 19

We want you to remind about an important and highly interactive international dispute resolution conference taking place on June 18-19, 2019 in Malibu, California. The conference is entitled “Appreciating Our Legacy and Engaging the Future.” It is particularly designed for dispute resolution practitioners, faculty, and leaders to address current issues and to learn from each … Continue reading Appreciating Our Legacy and Engaging the Future – Pepperdine School of Law, June 18 and 19

Cohen on Restorative Justice and Moral Neoliberalism

Amy Cohen (Ohio State), a talented polymath, shared with us the following discussion, first appearing on the Law and Political Economy blog, about how restorative justice is being adopted by penal system reformers on both sides of the political divide.  She was kind enough to send it our way for cross-posting. Today, groups of left … Continue reading Cohen on Restorative Justice and Moral Neoliberalism

Committee on Mediator Ethical Guidance seeks queries

One of the my professional service activities is to be a member of the Committee on Mediator Ethical Guidance, which issues advisory opinions on mediation ethics issues using the Model Standards of Conduct for Mediators.  The Committee always seeks queries on ethical matters, but with the problems surrounding the ABA’s new web site a formal … Continue reading Committee on Mediator Ethical Guidance seeks queries