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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

Conversations about Innovations in Teaching, Research and Technology

From pioneer in our field, Jeanne Brett: With the unprecedented and rapid need to switch from face-to-face to synchronous online classes, everyone using exercises and simulations has learned a lot.  iDG, NegotiateUP and NTR  are launching a series of Conversations about Innovations in Teaching Research and Technology held during three Fridays in June (5th, 12th, … Continue reading Conversations about Innovations in Teaching, Research and Technology

Communication, Privacy, and Community in the New Normal

An article by Israeli historian Yuval Noah Harari, The World After Coronavirus, describes general dynamics of crises and particularly the current crisis: Many short-term emergency measures will become a fixture of life.  That is the nature of emergencies.  They fast-forward historical processes.  Decisions that in normal times could take years of deliberation are passed in … Continue reading Communication, Privacy, and Community in the New Normal

ICODR Guidelines for Video Mediation and Video Arbitration

From Leah Wing: Dear colleagues, I hope you and your loved ones are doing well under these stressful circumstances. The International Council for Online Dispute Resolution has just issued Guidelines for Video Mediation and Video Arbitration. We hope they are useful as the ADR practitioners and courts rapidly expand their use of technology. They are works in progress … Continue reading ICODR Guidelines for Video Mediation and Video Arbitration

Basics of Mediation and Arbitration with Zoom

I am posting, with permission, an email from CPR’s Richard Murphy with information from a great webinar that Tom Valenti did for CPR about using zoom for mediation and arbitration.  As time goes on, I’m sure there will be more programs about how to take advantage of video and other technological capabilities to enhance the … Continue reading Basics of Mediation and Arbitration with Zoom

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

Webinar Recording About Transitioned Classes and Online Simulations

From OFOI Noam Ebner: Hi all, The video of the webinar that Sharon Press and I gave last week on conducting simulations in courses transitioning to Zoom and other videoconferencing platforms is now available here.  The question about setting up breakup rooms in zoom in advance, asked at about minute 29:00 in the webinar, is … Continue reading Webinar Recording About Transitioned Classes and Online Simulations

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 5 and Coming Attractions

This jumbo-size post is the last part in the Theory of Change Symposium. But don’t despair.  I am compiling all the pieces – and some new material – into an e-book that will be distributed soon, as described at the end of this post. This part of the symposium includes several pieces describing important techniques … Continue reading Theory of Change Symposium – Part 5 and Coming Attractions