Tag Archives: Arbitration

Request to Participate in a Survey about Arbitration in the Americas

From my colleague, S.I. Strong: As you may (or may not) already know, a team of researchers recently concluded a study for the European Parliament on arbitration across the European Union and Switzerland.   As part of this study the researchers undertook a large-scale survey of arbitration practitioners across Europe, including 871 respondents from every country … Continue reading Request to Participate in a Survey about Arbitration in the Americas

Pomerantz and DR Section on Consumer Arbitration

My friend, Lisa Renee Pomerantz, a New York lawyer and neutral, wrote an article on consumer arbitration in ACResolution that you might want to check out.  It chronicles a history of efforts to regulate and improve consumer arbitration, leading up to the recent study and proposed rules issued by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.  It … Continue reading Pomerantz and DR Section on Consumer Arbitration

Missouri-National Academy of Arbitrators Website

From my colleagues Rafael Gely and Bob Bailey: The Center for the Study of Dispute Resolution at the University of Missouri School of Law (CSDR) is delighted to announce the launching of ArbitrationInfo.com. In 2014, faculty at the CSDR and the National Academy of Arbitrators (NAA) began conversations about a possible collaboration on a website … Continue reading Missouri-National Academy of Arbitrators Website

Nappert Essay Contest on International Arbitration

Here’s another announcement, thanks to my ever-resourceful colleague, S.I. Strong. Essay Contest: Nappert Prize in International Arbitration Thanks to the generosity of Sophie Nappert (BCL’86, LLB’86), the Nappert Prize in International Arbitration will be awarded for the second time in 2016 after an enormously sucessful inaugurual competition in 2014. The Nappert Competition is open to … Continue reading Nappert Essay Contest on International Arbitration

Problems with the New York Times Series on Arbitration

Noam Ebner posted a comment on the DRLE listserv about the recent series of articles in the New York Times about arbitration.  I wrote the following comment, in part, responding to his.  I am reproducing his comment with his permission.   In my comments below, I added a paragraph which wasn’t in my listserv comment, about … Continue reading Problems with the New York Times Series on Arbitration

YO – Listserve and Discussion about International Dispute Resolution

A message from my colleague, S.I. Strong: Dear all I’m the moderator of Young OGEMID, which is aimed at junior associates, academics and students interested in international dispute resolution.  The listserve serves a variety of purposes, but I’m writing because we’re going to be doing a virtual symposium next week on writing for publication and … Continue reading YO – Listserve and Discussion about International Dispute Resolution

Dispute Resolution Systems and the Future of Our Field

First, I suggested that trials should be considered as part of (A)DR. Now, my school publishes a symposium on judicial education in our Journal of Dispute Resolution. You might understandably wonder if we have lost our freaking minds. I submit not.  Rather, I think that this reflects an evolution of our goals and how we … Continue reading Dispute Resolution Systems and the Future of Our Field

Missouri Scholarship Booklet

Tis the season of the US News tournament, when our mailboxes fill with literature touting the achievements of law schools far and wide.  Most of us think that this “game” is seriously flawed and wish our schools didn’t have play the game, but we generally feel compelled to do so because of the significant consequences. … Continue reading Missouri Scholarship Booklet

Call for Proposals: Works-in-Progress Conference on History of Dispute Resolution

Here’s an announcement from my colleague, Carli Conklin. Greetings, colleagues! The Center for the Study of Dispute Resolution and the University of Missouri School of Law are hosting a Works-in-Progress Conference on the History of Dispute Resolution, to accompany our November 13, 2015 symposium on arbitration history.  We’d love to have you take part!  For … Continue reading Call for Proposals: Works-in-Progress Conference on History of Dispute Resolution

Everything You Know about Dispute Resolution is Wrong – Can You Handle the Truth?

You are cordially invited to this program at the ABA conference in Seattle, which will take place on Friday, April 17, from 3-4:15, in the Orcas Room. My partners in crime for this caper are Alyson Carrel, Jim Coben, and Noam Ebner. Here’s the idea for our program – How many times have you heard … Continue reading Everything You Know about Dispute Resolution is Wrong – Can You Handle the Truth?

Minimizing Unnecessary Violence in Litigation and Other Dispute Resolution Processes

Jen wrote a comment about my post that built on Prof. Vincent Cardi’s new article, “Litigation as Violence,” describing some effects of “violence” even from non-physical acts. She wrote: We in ADR should not undervalue, when analyzing the dispute resolution landscape, the regulatory function of litigation in the United States. A business executive may feel … Continue reading Minimizing Unnecessary Violence in Litigation and Other Dispute Resolution Processes