Tag Archives: online dispute resolution

Cyberweek: November 2-6

From FFOI Noam Ebner: Welcome to Cyberweek 2020! This will be our 22nd ADR Cyberweek, and we’re confident it is going to be the best Cyberweek ever. This year Cyberweek will run from November 2 to November 6, 2020. Some highlights: Ethan Katsh interviewing Jim Melamed on 25 years of Mediate.com Leah Wing on ODR … Continue reading Cyberweek: November 2-6

Cardozo Symposium on October 23 on Presumptive ADR and Court Systems of the Future

From EFOI Lela Love: Dear Friends, Following this year’s adoption by the NY Courts of Presumptive ADR, the Cardozo Journal of Conflict Resolution is holding its Jed D. Melnick Symposium on Presumptive ADR and Court Systems of the Future on Friday, October 23. Register via Eventbrite.  CLE credits will be available.  The virtual event will be held … Continue reading Cardozo Symposium on October 23 on Presumptive ADR and Court Systems of the Future

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

Consider Cooking Up Stone Soup in the Fall – Especially in Clinical and Externship Courses

During the summer, faculty plan their courses for the fall. This is a good time to consider including Stone Soup assignments in your courses, especially clinical and externship courses. Faculty who used Stone Soup assignments found that they and their students almost invariably were very enthusiastic, feeling that this was a valuable contribution to students’ … Continue reading Consider Cooking Up Stone Soup in the Fall – Especially in Clinical and Externship Courses

Extensive ODR Bibliography

From Leah Wing: Dear Colleagues, The National Center for Technology and Dispute Resolution is happy to announce the unveiling of a newly updated extensive Online Dispute Resolution (ODR) bibliography which is available on our website and here. It is wonderful to see so many new partners from the courts, alternative dispute resolution, and many other … Continue reading Extensive ODR Bibliography

The Next New Normal in Law, Dispute Resolution, and Legal Education

A recent post anticipates that as we go through the current crisis, we will develop a “crisis new normal” and, after we recover from the crisis, a “normal new normal” (NNN).  At this point, governments, institutions, and individuals are still developing new routines as we wait out the crisis by doing things like sheltering in … Continue reading The Next New Normal in Law, Dispute Resolution, and Legal Education

Moving US Courts Online

From my colleague, Amy Schmitz, forwarding (with permission) information about how courts are responding to the crisis: Paul Embley with the National Center for State Courts put together this nice synopsis on some things happening here in the U.S. with respect to courts moving online.  It is amazing how individuals have had to work together … Continue reading Moving US Courts Online

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

ABA Webinars on March 19 and 20 About Simulations and ODR

From GFOI Linda Seely, Ana Sambold, and all our friends at the ABA Section of Dispute Resolution: Dear ABA DR Section members, This Thursday, 3/19 and Friday, 3/20, we’ll continue bringing some of the leading figures in the world of online dispute resolution to provide you with all the information you need to rapidly adjust … Continue reading ABA Webinars on March 19 and 20 About Simulations and ODR

2020 CPR Awards

On February 28, the International Institute for Conflict Prevention and Resolution (CPR) presented its awards for 2020.  The award ceremony was part of CPR’s annual meeting, in St. Petersburg, Florida. The Award for Outstanding Professional Article recognizes articles published by academics and other professionals that advance understanding in the field of ADR.  It was presented … Continue reading 2020 CPR Awards

Theory of Change Symposium – Part 3

Here’s the third part in the Theory of Change symposium. Perhaps not surprisingly, many of the pieces in this part focus on use of technology in DR.  As Alyson Carrel points out, technology in DR not just ODR.  So we need to recognize the broad range of ways that people can and do use technology … Continue reading Theory of Change Symposium – Part 3

Cyberweek 2019 – November 18-22

From my colleague Amy Schmitz: Cyberweek 2019, hosted by the National Center for Technology and Dispute Resolution, will take place November 18-22. We’re getting excited about Cyberweek 2019, which will have great presenters and demos, so it should be a fun week. Registration is free, so please let your students and colleagues know they can … Continue reading Cyberweek 2019 – November 18-22