All posts by Jen Reynolds

Farkas on the Transition from Ginsburg to Barrett

From our wonderful FOI Brian Farkas (Cardozo): U.S. Supreme Court appointments are back in the headlines, making this a perfect week for the Cardozo Law Review to publish its special Appointments Issue on the transition from Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg to Justice Amy Coney Barrett. The full issue is available here. Articles include perspectives on … Continue reading Farkas on the Transition from Ginsburg to Barrett

Aronovsky on Adhesion Arbitration

Ron Aronovsky (Southwestern) has just published “Starting Over: Letting States Regulate Adhesion Arbitration Agreements” in the Syracuse Law Review. The abstract: The explosive growth of adhesion arbitration—mandatory arbitration clauses in adhesion contracts—throughout today’s economy compromises access to justice for millions of Americans. This widespread use of adhesion arbitration stems from a series of U.S. Supreme … Continue reading Aronovsky on Adhesion Arbitration

A Conversation about Whiteness and Mediation

FOI Alyson Carrel (Northwestern) and LCSW Jasmine Atwell (Loyola ‘JD22) recently discussed Sharon Press and Ellen Deason’s new article, “Mediation: Embedded Assumptions of Whiteness?,” published in the Cardozo Journal of Conflict Resolution (and available on SSRN). Press and Deason’s article explores concepts from the book, Me and White Supremacy, as applied to the practice, process, … Continue reading A Conversation about Whiteness and Mediation