My colleague, S.I. Strong, recently circulated on the DRLE listserv a link to a survey conducted in 2015 for the National Center for State Courts. The survey involved a nationwide random sample of 1000 members of the public (actually registered voters). This is a very respectable sample, especially considering that the reported findings are very … Continue reading Compared to What?
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
The New York Times has been part of my life for as long as I can remember. I grew up in New York City and my family got the Times delivered every day. On Sundays, we would spend a good part of the morning divvying up and trading the sections of paper during breakfast. (Kids, … Continue reading More about the New York Times (and Journalism Generally)
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