All posts by Sarah Cole

Santa Clara Law–Stanford Law Conflict Resolution Workshop Presents Lisa Kloppenberg’s New Book on Judge Dorothy Nelson

Santa Clara University Acting President and Santa Clara Law Dean Emerita Lisa Kloppenberg recently published her new book “The Best Beloved Thing is Justice: The Life of Dorothy Wright Nelson” (Oxford University Press). See https://global.oup.com/academic/product/the-best-beloved-thing-is-justice-9780197608579?cc=us&lang=en. Judge Nelson blazed a trail for women in the legal profession – becoming one of the first female law professors … Continue reading Santa Clara Law–Stanford Law Conflict Resolution Workshop Presents Lisa Kloppenberg’s New Book on Judge Dorothy Nelson

Ellen Deason to Deliver Moritz’s Schwartz Lecture on March 31!

Moritz’s own Ellen E. Deason will deliver the Ohio State University Moritz College of Law’s 2022 Schwartz Lecture on Dispute Resolution. Titled “Mediation: Questions Through the Lens of Equity”, Prof. Deason’s lecture will take place on March 31, 2022 in person in Moritz’s Saxbe auditorium AND on Zoom beginning at 12:10 EST. Register here: https://go.osu.edu/schwartz2022. … Continue reading Ellen Deason to Deliver Moritz’s Schwartz Lecture on March 31!

OSU-SLS-HNMCP Symposium Series: Rethinking Systems Design for Racial Justice & Equity

The Ohio State Journal on Dispute Resolution, in partnership with The Ohio State University Divided Community Project, the Harvard Negotiation and Mediation Clinical Program, and Stanford Law School’s Gould Center for Conflict Resolution, is pleased to invite you to join an interactive symposium series, Rethinking Systems Design for Racial Justice & Equity. This three-part series … Continue reading OSU-SLS-HNMCP Symposium Series: Rethinking Systems Design for Racial Justice & Equity

OSU seeks staff attorney for DCP and Mediation Clinic

The OSU Moritz College of Law and the Divided Community Project seek a staff attorney to supervise students in OSU’s longstanding mediation clinic and support a collaborative, interdisciplinary project focused on race equity initiatives. We hope to fill this position before the new year. If you know of interested candidates who have two to five … Continue reading OSU seeks staff attorney for DCP and Mediation Clinic

OSU JDR Symposium Series on Collaborative Race Equity Initiatives

The editors of the Ohio State Journal on Dispute Resolution, in coordination with their partners at the Divided Community Project, SLS and HNMCP asked me to share the following Announcement regarding the Journal’s 2022 Symposium Series on Collaborative Race Equity Initiatives. The Ohio State Journal on Dispute Resolution, in partnership with The Ohio State University’s … Continue reading OSU JDR Symposium Series on Collaborative Race Equity Initiatives

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