Our field has a great deal to offer campus leaders, who involuntarily joined us as dispute resolution practitioners as they dealt with campus conflicts related to the Middle East violence. Many campus leaders are now engaged in contingent planning for a ...
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"Indisputably" - 5 new articles

  1. Preparing Campus Leaders for the Return to Campus this Fall
  2. ADR Scholarship Projects – July 2024
  3. If You Will Teach a Law School Mediation Course This Fall, Read This Article Right Away
  4. Oxymorons R Us
  5. Jacqueline Font-Guzmán Takes New Position at St. Catherine University
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Preparing Campus Leaders for the Return to Campus this Fall

Our field has a great deal to offer campus leaders, who involuntarily joined us as dispute resolution practitioners as they dealt with campus conflicts related to the Middle East violence. Many campus leaders are now engaged in contingent planning for a variety of potential fall scenarios. The Divided Community Project will be grateful if you … Continue reading Preparing Campus Leaders for the Return to Campus this Fall
   

ADR Scholarship Projects – July 2024

From BFOI Peter Reilly (Texas A&M), below is a list of current and exciting scholarship projects either completed or in process as reported by our ADR Prof. colleagues around the country. Joseph Alfe (Texas A&M University) Gilat Juli Bachar (Temple Law) Nondisclosure As Coercion  What is the relationship between a defendant’s demand for nondisclosure as part of … Continue reading ADR Scholarship Projects – July 2024
   

If You Will Teach a Law School Mediation Course This Fall, Read This Article Right Away

Are you going to teach a law school mediation course this fall? If so, I suggest that you read It’s Time to Make Important Upgrades to Our Mediation Curriculum right away. It’s also relevant to ADR survey, negotiation, and lawyering courses. The article includes numerous suggestions and links to handy resources that you can incorporate … Continue reading If You Will Teach a Law School Mediation Course This Fall, Read This Article Right Away
   

Oxymorons R Us

This 4-page article riffs on comments at a program at the recent ABA Section of Dispute Resolution conference to illustrate how oxymoronic the terms “facilitative,” “evaluative,” and “empowerment” have become. When people use these terms, we kinda, sorta, probably think we know what they mean. But we don’t really know. The article suggests ways that … Continue reading Oxymorons R Us
   

Jacqueline Font-Guzmán Takes New Position at St. Catherine University

St. Catherine University in St. Paul hired Jacqueline Font-Guzmán to serve in the inaugural role of senior vice president of equity and belonging, beginning August 1.  She currently serves as the inaugural vice president for diversity, equity, and inclusion  and a tenured professor at the Center for Justice and Peacebuilding at Eastern Mennonite University in … Continue reading Jacqueline Font-Guzmán Takes New Position at St. Catherine University
   

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