Despite the new criteria for the USNews law school rankings (story here), there are no reports of anything other than reputational votes being counted for the ADR specialty rankings. And the average score out of 5 is reported below as well. The big news is that we have a new entrant in the top … Continue reading 2022 USNews ADR Rankings
The Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State University is inviting applications for up to two positions as Visiting Assistant Professor. We are not looking for any specific areas, so DR scholars are in the mix. VAPs have traditionally taught a first-year course, so I presume that will be expected going forward. Some … Continue reading Arizona State Seeks 2 Visiting Associate Professors
Last week Andrea Schneider had an insightful interview with Bob Mnookin as part of the virtual book launch for Discussions in Dispute Resolution: The Foundational Articles (book and book launch details here). Once the video is posted, we will provide a link in case you missed it. What interesting things will we learn from this … Continue reading Discussions in Dispute Resolution Virtual Book Launch – Final Round with Len Riskin
Over at the Forbes blog, Kwame Christian at the American Negotiation Institute asks this question in a recent post before listing 115 such books, some classics are on the list (Women Don’t Ask: Negotiation and the Gender Divide for example) as well as some fairly recent books (Ask for More: 10 Questions to Negotiate Anything … Continue reading Why Don’t Negotiation Books by Women Get More Recognition?
Last week Sarah Cole had a masterful interview with Jean Sternlight as part of the virtual book launch for Discussions in Dispute Resolution: The Foundational Articles (book and book launch details here). Once the video is posted, we will provide a link in case you missed it. What interesting things will we learn from this … Continue reading Discussions in Dispute Resolution Virtual Book Launch – Round 3 with Bob Mnookin
Last week I had the pleasure of starting off the virtual book launch for Discussions in Dispute Resolution: The Foundational Articles (book and book launch details here) by interviewing Carrie Menkel-Meadow. It was super fun, and the link is here if you missed it or would like to watch it again. What interesting things will … Continue reading Discussions in Dispute Resolution Virtual Book Launch – Round 2 with Jean Sternlight
Northwestern’s Center on Negotiation and Mediation is hosting a month-long interview series to celebrate the publication of the new book, Discussions in Dispute Resolution: The Foundational Articles (discount code ALAUTHC4). Edited by Art Hinshaw, Andrea Schneider, and Sarah Cole, this book features 16 foundational writings, four pieces from each of the field’s primary subfields–negotiation, mediation, arbitration, and … Continue reading Virtual Book Launch – Discussions in Dispute Resolution: The Foundational Articles
Our very own Ben Davis (Toledo) is this year’s D’Alemberte/Raven Award Winner, the ABA Dispute Resolution Section’s highest honor. The award was created to recognize outstanding service in dispute resolution, and honors Talbot D’Alemberte and Robert D. Raven, who each held the unique position of being both ABA Presidents and Chairs of either the ABA … Continue reading Ben Davis – this year’s D’Alemberte/Raven Award Winner !
Join Carrie Menkel-Meadow, Lela Love, Andrea Schneider, and myself as we participate in the Menachem Begin Symposium, a series of discussions on Menachem Begin’s legacy. Here’s how the Begin Heritage Center describes the series. Menachem Begin’s legacy is complex, but the charisma, passion, and ceaseless dedication that were the touchstones of his political and personal … Continue reading the Menachem Begin Symposium – Conflict Resolution Part 1
You know that Stacie Strong is one of the most prolific authors in the field and that she is now in Australia. You may not know, however, that she has a great new book giving the results of a huge empirical project, an in-depth analyses across the judicial-arbitral, national-international and common law-civil law divides, using … Continue reading Strong – Legal Reasoning Across Commercial Disputes: Comparing Judicial and Arbitral Analyses
Yesterday DR field titan Carrie Menkel-Meadow (UC-Irvine) contributed to this conversation on the listserv. Cross posting it here for posterity. Enjoy. If I may be so bold as to say, as one of the “mothers” of integrative bargaining (actually problem solving in my lexicon), anyone who reads my texts (with Andrea Schneider, Lela Love, Jean … Continue reading Menkel-Meadow on the Overemphasis on Integrative Negotiation Pedagogy
The indefatigable Debra Berman (South Texas) raised an interesting issue on the listserv, which has been posted here, asking if we are doing our students a disservice by over-emphasizing integrative bargaining in our negotiation courses. Her question is reminiscent of questions raised by James J. While, Gerald Wetlaufer, and Russell Korobkin among other over the … Continue reading The Over-Emphasis on Integrative Negotiation Pedagogy