Kristen Blankley’s Paper on Online Resources and Implementing Parenting & Financial Plans

From BFOI Kristen Blankley: Colleagues, Here is a near-final draft of an upcoming paper that I am publishing in the Fordham Law Review.  It is about Online Resources and implementing Parenting & Financial Plans. Maybe it will give some people new ideas on working with parenting and financial plans in a pandemic. It might give … Continue reading Kristen Blankley’s Paper on Online Resources and Implementing Parenting & Financial Plans

Simulations for Online Negotiation

From Obi-Wan-FOI Noam Ebner: Hi all, Here’s a resource I’ve prepared for simulating negotiation at-a-distance, that some of you might put to good use now that our students and courses are all online.  Fit the fuss to the forum! In AuraCall (Origin), a telecommunication company’s customer service center requires negotiation training in order to improve … Continue reading Simulations for Online Negotiation

CLE on Mindfulness During the Crisis – Thursday, March 26

From my colleague, Richard Reuben: The National Task Force on Lawyer Well-Being The Mindfulness in Law Society Brown Univ. School of Public Health Mindfulness Center present Maintaining Our Balance During COVID Thursday, March 26. 6:30 p.m. Eastern The Coronavirus is challenging for all of us. But as lawyers, we need to be at our best … Continue reading CLE on Mindfulness During the Crisis – Thursday, March 26

Ireland Reflections 2020–Dublin–Going to Jail & Guinness

As lots of good Sundays do, our Sunday morning in Dublin began with a drive. The group rode through Dublin’s Phoenix Park with the opportunity to view Áras an Uachtaráin – the President’s home–which was quite lovely.   And then we went to visit the historic Kilmainham Goal. Kilmainham Gaol is a prison in Dublin that … Continue reading Ireland Reflections 2020–Dublin–Going to Jail & Guinness