All posts by Sarah Cole

ALEXANDRA CARTER TO DELIVER MORITZ’S 2021 LAWRENCE LECTURE

On Monday September 13, 2021 (beginning at 12:10 eastern), Alexandra Carter will deliver The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law’s 2021 Lawrence Lecture on Dispute Resolution: “Ask for More.” Here is the description from OSU’s website. Negotiation is not a zero-sum game. It’s an essential skill for your career that can also improve your … Continue reading ALEXANDRA CARTER TO DELIVER MORITZ’S 2021 LAWRENCE LECTURE

Call for proposals: Collaborative Efforts on Race and Racial Equity

Please consider this call for symposium contributions from The Ohio State Journal on Dispute Resolution and colleagues at the Divided Community Project, Stanford, and HNMCP. UPDATE (July 16, 2021): UPDATE: Symposium collaborators have received interest from several potential contributors who do not have the privilege to develop symposium contributions in the course of their regular work.  Thanks … Continue reading Call for proposals: Collaborative Efforts on Race and Racial Equity

Congratulations to ASU, RSI and Rand for Receiving AAA-ICDR Grants

Congratulations to the Rand Institute, Resolution Systems Institute (RSI) and to Art Hinshaw, Indisputably blogger, and the rest of the Arizona State University ADR team for receiving grants in the latest cycle of AAA-ICDR Foundation’s grant issuance. In this grant cycle, the Foundation focused on issues related to COVID-19 and Racial Injustice. Thanks also to … Continue reading Congratulations to ASU, RSI and Rand for Receiving AAA-ICDR Grants

Learning From Our Neighbors Up North

Our friend, Rick Bales, has a new article on SSRN examining the ways in which Canada handled workplace issues during Covid. Novel Issues in Canadian Labour Arbitration Related to COVID-19. The COVID-19 pandemic of 2020-21 changed working conditions for millions of Canadians quickly and dramatically. Employers responded by requiring employees to quarantine, implementing workplace COVID … Continue reading Learning From Our Neighbors Up North

OSU’s DCP Releases Guide to Advance Race Equity Initiatives

This morning The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law’s Divided Community Project (DCP) released a dispute systems design-centered guide for communities advancing racial equity initiatives. Titled “Planning Initiatives for Working Together To Advance Racial Equity”, the guide was developed in partnership with OSU’s Mershon Center for International Security Studies, and with input from those … Continue reading OSU’s DCP Releases Guide to Advance Race Equity Initiatives

Moritz to Host Second WIP Event – March 26

The Program on Dispute Resolution at The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law is pleased to host the second “Dispute Resolution Works-in-Progress Consortium” event on Friday March 26, 2021, from 3-4:30 p.m. EST. To register, click here. Andrew Mamo, Assistant Professor of Law at Northern Illinois University will present Against Resolution: Dialogue, Demonstration, and … Continue reading Moritz to Host Second WIP Event – March 26

Josh Stulberg to Deliver Moritz’s Schwartz Lecture On March 30th at Noon EST

Moritz’s own Joseph B. (“Josh”) Stulberg will deliver the Ohio State University Moritz College of Law’s 2021 Schwartz Lecture on Dispute Resolution. Titled “Mediation and the Rule of Law: Compatible or Conflicting?” will take place on on March 30, 2021 on Zoom beginning at 12:10 EST. Register here: https://go.osu.edu/schwartz2021. A short description of Prof. Stulberg’s … Continue reading Josh Stulberg to Deliver Moritz’s Schwartz Lecture On March 30th at Noon EST

Reading the CPR Outstanding Article from Moritz Authors Nancy Rogers, Bill Froehlich and Josh Stulberg

Thanks to John Lande for posting the winners of this year’s CPR Awards. We are very proud of Bill, Nancy and Josh, whose wonderful work on our Divided Community Project led to the writing of the winning professional article. I encourage you to read it in our Ohio State Journal on Dispute Resolution. Here is … Continue reading Reading the CPR Outstanding Article from Moritz Authors Nancy Rogers, Bill Froehlich and Josh Stulberg

Arbitration Scholars — What Do You Think? Biden Approach to Arbitration

I know many of us expected changes to arbitration in 2016 — well, those changes were delayed — will they happen now? Curious what our readers think about the following two prospects — feel free to comment below or e-mail me: Elimination of mandatory pre-dispute arbitration. Having regained control of the Senate, Congressional Democrats are … Continue reading Arbitration Scholars — What Do You Think? Biden Approach to Arbitration

Link for Ohio State Symposium on the Role of ADR in Disputes Involving Gender-Based Violence

Our Ohio State Journal on Dispute Resolution hosted a terrific online symposium titled, “A Conversation about the Role of ADR in Resolving Issues of Gender-Based Violence.” Over 300 people were in attendance for most of the day. If you’d like to watch any of the proceedings, here are the links: Morning panel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O-ZP2VRejSw&feature=youtu.be&ab_channel=TheOhioStateUniversityMoritzCollegeofLaw Afternoon panel: … Continue reading Link for Ohio State Symposium on the Role of ADR in Disputes Involving Gender-Based Violence

Tools for Difficult Post-Election Conversations

Bill Froehlich (deputy director of Ohio State’s Divided Community Project) asked me to share this post… Ohio State’s Divided Community Project was privileged to develop Ohio State’s Education for Citizenship Post-Election Dialogue Series in partnership with Ohio State President Kristina M. Johnson. We just completed the first two events in this series: 1. “Unpacking the … Continue reading Tools for Difficult Post-Election Conversations