Susanne Terry, Jacqueline Font-Guzmán, and Bernard Mayer wrote this open letter with advice for dispute resolution colleagues about difficult political, economic, and moral issues raised by the Russian invasion of … Continue reading Letter to Colleagues about Russian Invasion of Ukraine
This post is prompted by an article by Washington Post columnist Paul Waldman, We’re Still Asking the Wrong Question about Biden and Ukraine. He writes: For once, can we confront … Continue reading Which is Better: To Be Strong or Smart?
Formally, the Cold War began in 1945 and ended in 1991 with the dissolution of the Soviet Union. In fact, its roots began long before 1945 and its effects still … Continue reading The Continuing Cold War
War is the worst method of dispute resolution. In war, combatants and civilians are killed and injured, physical and social infrastructure is destroyed, and individuals and societies are traumatized, resulting … Continue reading What I’m Reading – Collateral Damage of War
From Jen Michel: Dear colleagues, Please forgive me for a brief e-introduction in this now-virtual world. My name is Jennifer Michel and I am the new director of the ABA … Continue reading ABA Dispute Resolution Mediation Institute on Nov 4-6
Lots of programs coming up! April 27, 8:45-10:00 am Pacific Time – Book Launch for Dispute System Design book, with Jan Martinez, Lisa Blomgren Amsler (co-authors) and Paul Brest, Jay … Continue reading Educational Programs Galore!
From MFOI Lydia Nussbaum The UNLV Saltman Center for Conflict Resolution will host Professor Alia Malek on Thursday, April 8 at noon PDT for a virtual talk as part of … Continue reading UNLV Hosts Speaker to Discuss Peace in the Desert
From GFOI Richard Peterson: The USC Gould Center for Dispute Resolution and JAMS are holding their fifth annual symposium with two upcoming webinars Wednesday, April 14, 2021 The Arbitrator’s Approach … Continue reading USC Gould Center for Dispute Resolution Fifth Annual Symposium
Anna Howard‘s new book, EU Cross-Border Commercial Mediation: Listening to Disputants – Changing the Frame; Framing the Changes, provides valuable insights about business disputing. It reports the findings of her … Continue reading Anna Howard’s New Book Examines Why Businesses Don’t Use Mediation – And Other Issues
The International Institute for Conflict Prevention and Resolution (CPR) announced the following recipients of its 2021 Awards for contributions to ADR at a virtual ceremony on Wednesday, January 27, 2021, … Continue reading CPR Awards
From GFOI Jackie Nolan-Haley: Dear colleagues: You are invited to attend Fordham Law School’s annual conference on international arbitration and mediation on Friday November 20, 2020. Leading scholars will discuss … Continue reading Fordham International Arbitration and Mediation Conference – November 20
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 … Continue reading NYLS Wednesday Lunch Series: Conversations in Conflict Resolution