Dilyara Nigmatullina just published an article entitled, Planned Early Dispute Resolution Systems and Elements: Experiences and the Promise of Technology, in the Journal of International Dispute Settlement.  She is a postdoctoral researcher at the ...
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  1. Dilyara Nigmatullina’s New Article on Planned Early Dispute Resolution and Technology
  2. Don’t Abandon Informal Resolution in Campus Title IX Disputes
  3. Learning From Our Neighbors Up North
  4. Tuesday, April 13 is the Deadline to Register for the ABA Conference
  5. Virtual Conference on Unbundled Legal Services in the New Normal – April 20-22
  6. More Recent Articles

Dilyara Nigmatullina’s New Article on Planned Early Dispute Resolution and Technology

Dilyara Nigmatullina just published an article entitled, Planned Early Dispute Resolution Systems and Elements: Experiences and the Promise of Technology, in the Journal of International Dispute Settlement.  She is a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Antwerp (Belgium) Faculty of Law, Law Enforcement Research Group. Here’s the abstract: The COVID-19 outbreak has severely impacted global … Continue reading Dilyara Nigmatullina’s New Article on Planned Early Dispute Resolution and Technology
    

Don’t Abandon Informal Resolution in Campus Title IX Disputes

Out of my work on an article for the upcoming symposium issue of the Ohio State Journal on Dispute Resolution on the use of informal resolution mechanisms in resolving campus Title IX complaints came the following op-ed, published today in the Cleveland Plain-Dealer.
    

Learning From Our Neighbors Up North

Our friend, Rick Bales, has a new article on SSRN examining the ways in which Canada handled workplace issues during Covid. Novel Issues in Canadian Labour Arbitration Related to COVID-19. The COVID-19 pandemic of 2020-21 changed working conditions for millions of Canadians quickly and dramatically. Employers responded by requiring employees to quarantine, implementing workplace COVID … Continue reading Learning From Our Neighbors Up North
    

Tuesday, April 13 is the Deadline to Register for the ABA Conference

The theme for the 2021 ABA Section of Dispute Resolution Conference is “Agility, Disruption and Reinvention: ADR in a New World.”   The virtual conference will take place April 4-17. Registration will close at 5 pm ET on April 13. The conference is the largest gathering of the dispute resolution professional community.  Participate in “ADR in … Continue reading Tuesday, April 13 is the Deadline to Register for the ABA Conference
    

Virtual Conference on Unbundled Legal Services in the New Normal – April 20-22

The Institute for the Advancement of the American Legal System (IAALS), the Chicago Bar Foundation, the ABA Standing Committee on the Delivery of Legal Services, and the Self-Represented Litigation Network (SRLN) are hosting a three-day virtual event that will focus on the major hows and whys of supporting and implementing the practice of unbundled legal … Continue reading Virtual Conference on Unbundled Legal Services in the New Normal – April 20-22
    

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