My indefatigable colleague, S. I. Strong, organized an impressive symposium on judicial education and describes the relevance to DR as follows: On October 9-10, the University of Missouri’s Center for the Study of Dispute Resolution (CSDR) convened its annual symposium, this year focusing on “Judicial Education and the Art of Judging: From Myth to … Continue reading University of Missouri Symposium on Judges and Judicial Education Contains Insights for Dispute Resolution Scholars
My colleague, S. I. Strong, is conducting a survey and invites you to participate: I am writing to invite you to complete an anonymous electronic survey that will form part of a research project entitled “Perceptions and Use of International Commercial Mediation and Conciliation” that I am conducting in conjunction with the Center for … Continue reading Interested in International Commercial Mediation and Conciliation?
This is the season when a flood of promotional literature flows through the mailboxes of law professors, coincidentally right before the US News surveys arrive. So if you are one of the usual suspects, it would be quite understandable if Missouri’s contribution to this genre entitled, “The Art of Teaching Dispute Resolution,” ended up in … Continue reading ICYMI
As I embark on this blog, it might be helpful to lay out my general perspective, which is probably similar to some of your views. This post (and probably some of my future posts) is different and longer than the norm, but hopefully you will find it worth your time to read. I came of … Continue reading Where I’m Coming From . . . and Want to See Us Go
I am thrilled to join my good friends on the Indisputably blog. I will semi-retire from teaching at the end of this academic year and this seems like a good time for me to start blogging. I have been very touched by friends who said that my retirement will be a loss for Missouri and … Continue reading Hello