All posts by Kelly Browe Olson

Resolution Systems Institute is hiring a remote researcher!

If you are interested in this opportunity to join a great team, please apply according to the announcement below. If you have questions, reach out to Jennifer Shack, friend of Indisputably, at jshack@aboutrsi.org ResearcherResolution Systems Institute – Chicago – RemoteDo you want to conduct cutting-edge research with a purpose? Join Resolution Systems Institute and make … Continue reading Resolution Systems Institute is hiring a remote researcher!

Family Dispute Resolution: Process and Practice: Virtual Book Launch

I’m excited to announce a Virtual Book Launch to introduce the new book: Family Dispute Resolution: Process and Practice, an Oxford University Press book. Please join us for the book launch on Friday, May 10th at noon CST. From the UA Little Rock Bowen of Law announcement: Professor Browe Olson and her co-editor, Peter Salem, … Continue reading Family Dispute Resolution: Process and Practice: Virtual Book Launch

Susan Yates received the D’Alemberte Raven award

The ABA Dispute Resolution Section recently awarded the D’Alemberte Raven Award to Susan Yates. Susan is incredibly deserving of this award. As Andrea Schneider previously posted, Susan Yates to receive D’Alemberte/Raven Award, Susan is a wonderful choice and an amazing resource in the dispute resolution world. She helped found Resolution Systems Inc. (RSI) and has worked diligently … Continue reading Susan Yates received the D’Alemberte Raven award

John Lande receives the ABA DR Section Scholarly Work Award!

John Lande received the Outstanding Scholarly Work at the Legal Educators Colloquium Luncheon at the ABA DR conference in San Diego. John, as readers of Indisputably know well, is very deserving of this award. He has written numerous books, articles and blog posts, as a beloved professor at Missouri and in retirement. Brian Pappas gave … Continue reading John Lande receives the ABA DR Section Scholarly Work Award!

AFCC (Association of Family and Conciliation Courts) is looking for a new Executive Director!

After 30+ years of service to AFCC, Executive Director Peter Salem will be stepping down next June 2024. AFCC’s search is officially launching. The search is being lead by Viewcrest Advisors and they would like to connect with anyone you believe would be a potential candidate or network “source.” Kathleen Yazbak is reachable at: kathleen@viewcrestadvisors.com. … Continue reading AFCC (Association of Family and Conciliation Courts) is looking for a new Executive Director!

Silicon Valley Arbitration & Mediation Center Publishes Draft Guidelines on AI use in Arbitration for Comment

On August 31st, the Silicon Valley Arbitration & Mediation Center issued draft guidelines for comment. SILICON VALLEY ARBITRATION AND MEDIATION CENTER GUIDELINES ON THE USE OF ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE IN ARBITRATION The guidelines were written for the benefit of “arbitral institutions, arbitrators, parties and their representatives (including counsel), experts, and, where relevant, other participants in the … Continue reading Silicon Valley Arbitration & Mediation Center Publishes Draft Guidelines on AI use in Arbitration for Comment

Is Remote Justice Still Justice? Stetson Law Review Symposium: April 1, 2022

The Stetson Law Review Annual Symposium is this upcoming Friday. Stetson Law Review Annual SymposiumIs Remote Justice Still Justice?April 1. 2022 | 9 AM – 4:30 PM (Eastern time) There is a great lineup of speakers on Online Mediation, Arbitration and Beyond. We would love to have you join us for some or all of … Continue reading Is Remote Justice Still Justice? Stetson Law Review Symposium: April 1, 2022

Averted Mediation System Takeover in Ukraine

Tatiana Kyselova of the Kyiv-Mohyla Academy, Ukraine posted this interesting summary of a recent potential takeover of the Ukrainian mediation system by Ukrainian MPs, complete with a YouTube video about the proceedings.  According to the article, the National Association of Mediators of Ukraine organized opposition and were able to stop the last minute Parliamentary attempt … Continue reading Averted Mediation System Takeover in Ukraine