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Dispute Resolution Video and Podcast Online Library

One of the “benefits” of this horrible coronavirus crisis is that it makes it easier to provide professional education by video.  Virtually all of us have become proficient in using video and so it is easy to produce programs that many people will want to see.  As a result, we can much more efficiently produce, … Continue reading Dispute Resolution Video and Podcast Online Library

ABA Dispute Resolution Tech Expo – Sept. 14-18

From the ABA Section of Dispute Resolution: The Section will sponsor the ABA Dispute Resolution Tech Expo on September 14-18. Working virtually is our new normal, but now what?  Besides Zoom, what other tools are out there to make working online easier?  Look no further than the ABA Dispute Resolution Tech Expo.  Tailored to the … Continue reading ABA Dispute Resolution Tech Expo – Sept. 14-18

LIRA Videos and Coming Attractions

This post collects several videos about the litigation interest and risk assessment (LIRA) techniques described in the book that Michaela Keet, Heather Heavin, and I wrote about the subject.  The videos may be of interest to academics, practitioners, and students. Considering the challenges of synchronous instruction these days, faculty may want to assign some of … Continue reading LIRA Videos and Coming Attractions

NYLS Wednesday Lunch Series: Conversations in Conflict Resolution

From FFOI F. Peter Philips: We are pleased to announce the second series of this popular event.  Every other Wednesday, New York Law School hosts informal discussions with leaders in the fields of conflict avoidance, management, and resolution.  All sessions are free and will be held via Zoom at 1:00 p.m. EDT. July 29, 2020 … Continue reading NYLS Wednesday Lunch Series: Conversations in Conflict Resolution

Want to Talk About Mediators Causing Impasses?

Respected mediator Michael Lang conducts monthly case consultation / reflective practice group sessions for the ABA Section of Dispute Resolution’s Mediation Committee. The next one is on Wednesday, July 15, 2020, 12:00-1:00 pm, ET, and focuses on mediators causing impasses. Here’s the description of the program: Have you noticed that most things written for mediators … Continue reading Want to Talk About Mediators Causing Impasses?

Dispute System Design Discussion on July 29

The National Center for Technology and Dispute Resolution  hosted a panel discussion and book launch on Wednesday, July 29. The program is entitled “Dispute System Design for the 21st Century.” The book is Dispute Systems Design: Preventing, Managing and Resolving Conflict by Lisa Blomgren Amsler, Janet K. Martinez, and Stephanie E. Smith, published by Stanford … Continue reading Dispute System Design Discussion on July 29

Upcoming Events by the ABA Section of Dispute Resolution

Linda Seely, the director of the ABA Section of Dispute Resolution, announced the following programs, which are free for Section members: June 10 at 1pm ET – Leveraging ADR to Strengthen Your Client’s Enterprise. This session prepares lawyers to help their clients leverage ADR in workplace litigation to repair the employer/employee relationship, clearing a path … Continue reading Upcoming Events by the ABA Section of Dispute Resolution

Continuing Professional Education in the New Normal

This post speculates about the future of continuing education programs (CEP) after a brief review of past CEPs.  This is part of a series analyzing what the potential new normal as the current crisis recedes.  The first post includes links to the others in the series. The Old Normal of Continuing Professional Education In the … Continue reading Continuing Professional Education in the New Normal

Lots of Educational Programs

There are a lot of continuing professional educational programs coming up and here are the ones I have heard about lately. ABA Section of Dispute Resolution Conference For readers of this blog, the biggie is the virtual conference of the ABA Section of Dispute Resolution all next week.  Be there or be square. The Section … Continue reading Lots of Educational Programs

NYLS Wednesday Lunch Conversations

From F. Peter Phillips: New York Law School’s ADR Skills Program invites you to join… THE WEDNESDAY LUNCH SERIES: CONVERSATIONS in CONFLICT RESOLUTION Beginning May 20 and for every two weeks thereafter, New York Law School will offer informal and provocative conversations with interesting leaders in the field of conflict avoidance, management and resolution.  All … Continue reading NYLS Wednesday Lunch Conversations

Zoom Link for 10th Annual International Cyber-conference on Dispute Resolution on April 8

From my former student, Brian Jarrett: Below is the ZOOM link information for the 10th Annual International Cyber-conference on Dispute Resolution, April 8, from noon to 2:30 Pacific Standard Time. Be sure to sign in early in advance of conference start time, to test the ZOOM link on your computer.  We will open the conference … Continue reading Zoom Link for 10th Annual International Cyber-conference on Dispute Resolution on April 8

10th Annual International Cyber-Conference on Dispute Resolution – April 8

From my former student, Brian Jarrett: Hello and Welcome, You are invited to our 10th Annual International Cyber-Conference on Dispute Resolution, Wed. April 8 @ Noon-2:30 pm (US Pacific Coast Time).  Please invite your students, colleagues, and community members to participate in this international event. For nearly a decade, the Cyber-conference has promoted a global town-hall … Continue reading 10th Annual International Cyber-Conference on Dispute Resolution – April 8