A combination of several things prompted me to organize this Theory of Change Symposium.  In January, noting a combination of indicators, I wrote this post worrying about the future of ADR in legal education.  Last summer’s “Past-and-Future” ...

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  1. Theory of Change Symposium – Part 1
  2. Index to the Theory of Change Symposium
  3. Boghossian on Disagreeing Better
  4. The African Promise
  5. Institute for Women’s Leadership at Marquette
  6. More Recent Articles

Theory of Change Symposium – Part 1

A combination of several things prompted me to organize this Theory of Change Symposium.  In January, noting a combination of indicators, I wrote this post worrying about the future of ADR in legal education.  Last summer’s “Past-and-Future” conference inspired me to think about what our community might do to counteract some of the troubling trends. … Continue reading Theory of Change Symposium – Part 1
    

Index to the Theory of Change Symposium

This is an index of the contributions to this symposium.  As I add posts, I will link to them all in this index post so that you can find them all in one place.  You can bookmark this post if you like. Introduction Goals for Dispute Resolution Strategies for Achieving Goals, General Trends, and Patterns … Continue reading Index to the Theory of Change Symposium
    

Boghossian on Disagreeing Better

Peter Boghossian (Portland State) has posted three short videos in the New York Times on disagreeing better. He is co-author of How to Have Impossible Conversations, which I am going to check out now. I liked these videos because they provide examples the kinds of micro-moves that are so important for navigating difficult conversations today. … Continue reading Boghossian on Disagreeing Better
    

The African Promise

Diversity in ADR is an important topic of late.  For example, it has been the subject of numerous conversations on listservs, at conferences, and between in-house and external counsel.  Providers such as JAMS and the AAA have rolled out key initiatives designed to promote diversity–some of them years before Jay-Z made headlines when he claimed … Continue reading The African Promise
    

Institute for Women’s Leadership at Marquette

I am delighted to post here that I have been named the first director of Marquette’s new Institute for Women’s Leadership. Here is proof that research can lead to action! The announcement is here.   And I’m looking forward to supporting more innovative, cross-disciplinary research and programming that I hope will make a difference on … Continue reading Institute for Women’s Leadership at Marquette
    

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