I was fortunate to have the opportunity to review a very recent publication, Mediation and Popular Culture, by Professor Jennifer L. Schulz (Routledge 2020), available at: As a dispute resolution professor who teaches students fascinated by popular ...
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  1. Book Review: A Must Read and a Fun Read — Mediation and Popular Culture by Professor Jennifer L. Schulz
  2. Professional Responsibility Prize
  3. Continuing Professional Education in the New Normal
  4. What has changed in our criminal courts since COVID-19?
  5. Reminder – Calling All Syllabi – By June 1
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Book Review: A Must Read and a Fun Read — Mediation and Popular Culture by Professor Jennifer L. Schulz

I was fortunate to have the opportunity to review a very recent publication, Mediation and Popular Culture, by Professor Jennifer L. Schulz (Routledge 2020), available at: https://www.routledge.com/Mediation–Popular-Culture-1st-Edition/Schulz/p/book/9780367181055. As a dispute resolution professor who teaches students fascinated by popular culture, I am always on the lookout for opportunities to connect my world with the world my … Continue reading Book Review: A Must Read and a Fun Read — Mediation and Popular Culture by Professor Jennifer L. Schulz
    

Professional Responsibility Prize

Many in our field explore intersections with legal practice and legal ethics. (And there’s no shortage of aspects yet under-explored!) If you have a publication dated 2020, I strongly urge you to submit it for consideration for the Fred C. Zacharias Memorial Prize for Scholarship in Professional Responsibility.  Submissions go to  nominations to Professor Samuel Levine at Touro Law … Continue reading Professional Responsibility Prize
    

Continuing Professional Education in the New Normal

This post speculates about the future of continuing education programs (CEP) after a brief review of past CEPs.  This is part of a series analyzing what the potential new normal as the current crisis recedes.  The first post includes links to the others in the series. The Old Normal of Continuing Professional Education In the … Continue reading Continuing Professional Education in the New Normal
    

What has changed in our criminal courts since COVID-19?

I don’t know the answer to that question, which is why I am doing a survey to try to find out! I am hoping that you, dear reader of Indisputably, might be able to help.  Are you a judge, prosecutor or public defender? If yes, please fill out the survey.  If not, do you know … Continue reading What has changed in our criminal courts since COVID-19?
    

Reminder – Calling All Syllabi – By June 1

We are very fortunate to belong to a very generous community of law school colleagues who teach dispute resolution. One reflection of colleagues’ generosity is our freely sharing resources with each other.  My law school has hosted the Dispute Resolution Resources in Legal Education (DRLE) website to facilitate this sharing.  In particular, we have collected … Continue reading Reminder – Calling All Syllabi – By June 1
    

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