I am really delighted to announce that we are looking for a visiting faculty member in ADR–yay! Come hang out with me–the weather is awesome. Okay, don’t come for the weather, do come for the great students and super fun colleagues 😊 Here is the official announcement: Marquette University Law School invites applications for a visiting … Continue reading Marquette Hiring a Visitor in ADR
Interesting addition to our ongoing discussion about apologies: Check out this TedTalk about how women overapologize, and how too many “I’m sorrys” can relate to or exacerbate problems with confidence, participation, and voice. Canadian sociologist Maja Jovanovic starts with a fascinating story about women academics at a conference downplaying their own expertise. From this writeup: … Continue reading Women Saying Sorry
As regular readers of this blog know, it is intended to “engage in dialogue that is both scholarly and practical, to dig into the empirical work that is relevant to DR, and to reflect on the reality of DR in action, for better and for worse. We will be posting on a regular basis, and … Continue reading Invitation
This video of talk show host James Corden pranking soccer star David Beckham provides a fascinating example of remaining composed and assertive in the midst of strong emotions. Note, however, that the emotions make it hard for Beckham to brainstorm options, even though he knows that the status quo is unacceptable.
Last week I posted the USNews DR specialty rankings from memory having seen them on the Spivey Consultants home page. They are now public, and newsflash, my memory was not quite right. Apologies to Cardozo, which clocked in at 8 tied w/ Marquette (I had them at 9), and Hastings, which is not Cal-Berkeley, and … Continue reading Updated – 2020 USNews Dispute Resolution Rankings
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