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What's Happening in Conflict?
A Message From Creighton NCR
See See Prof. Jackie Font's op-ed on ways the academic community can promote racial equality
New Negotiation & ADR Articles and Research
On Tuesday September 22, 2020 (at 12:10 eastern), Alyson Carrel will deliver The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law’s 2020 Lawrence Lecture on Dispute Resolution: “Reimagining Negotiation for the 21st Century.”
The current pandemics have forced the ADR field (and the world) to embrace the growing role of technology and reckon with the continuing racism plaguing our society. It is at this moment that we must reflect on the history of the dispute resolution field and recognize opportunities to harness our newfound comfort with technology to address often ignored or sidelined social critiques of our field. In this presentation, Professor Carrel will discuss her recent articles exploring how tools such as litigation analytics and multi-party secure computation may innovate our processes in ways that allow us to address longstanding debates or concerns and reimagine negotiation in the 21st-century.
Online Dispute Resolution Bibliography: The National Center for Technology and Dispute Resolution has published a comprehensive bibliography for publications in the field of ODR.
What Comes Next? In this article, Gary Doernhoefer anticipates a surge in demand for mediation services to be part of the recovery from the effects of COVID-19, and makes recommendations for getting constructively ahead of the wave.
New Guidelines for Online Processes: The International Council for Online Dispute Resolution has just issued Guidelines for Video Mediation and Video Arbitration.
Courts, ADR & COVID-19: In this article, Tania Sourdin and John Zeleznikow survey a broad range of responses to the pandemic around the globe.
Conferences and Calls for Papers
Negotiation and Conflict Management Research (NCMR) has issued a call for papers for a special issue focusing on Lessons from Practice: Extensions of Current Negotiation Theory and Research.
Conflict Resolution Quarterly has issued a Call for Papers for a special issue focusing on Shared Society: Theory and Practice.
Negotiation and ADR Teaching Resources
2020 Resource Share: Check out these new teaching ideas, exercises and resources compiled by Sharon Press and Noam Ebner at the Resource Share session they conducted at the ABA Section of Dispute Resolution's 2020 virtual conference.
The Morton Deutsch International Center for Cooperation and Conflict Resolution has created a database compiling executive summaries of research articles on conflict resolution, taking a theory-to-practice perspective.
ADR Video Collections: In this post on Indisputably, John Lande lists a number of video collections for teachers, students, practitioners and practitioners in the field of dispute resolution as well as for disputants and attorneys. Many of them are available free of charge.
The Department of the Interior, Office of Collaborative Action and Dispute Resolution (CADR), seeks a conflict management specialist.
The Maryland Law Center for Dispute Resolution is hiring a staff attorney-mediator.
The United States District Court for the Western District of Missouri is seeking a director for the Court’s Mediation and Assessment Program.
During the Association for Conflict Resolution (ACR) 2015 Annual Conference in Reno, Nevada from October 7 to October 10, ACR members can participate in a FREE 1-hour “Introduction to Online Mediation” webinar presented by Giuseppe Leone, founder of…Continue
Landlords, tenants, consumers, merchants, homeowners, contractors who live in Franklin County, Ohio are lucky. If they have a dispute, they can now settle it in small claims court, but without having to go to court: online, on their own time, from…Continue
In 2017 the Ohio State Bar Association recognized the Franklin County Municipal Court (FCMC) for Judicial Innovation for its Online Dispute Resolution (ODR) program for helping people settle small claims disputes.Thursday, January 18, 2018 at 2:00pm…Continue
Online Mediation: Turning Mediators' Initial Skepticism Into Enthusiasm Conflict Intervention Service (CIS) https://goo.gl/YBwTq8 is a grant funded project of the City and County of San Francisco in partnership…Continue
Integrative Mediation (IM) is a pioneering approach to conflict resolution that pairs a conflict resolution professional with a psychotherapist or mental health professional to address all aspects of a dispute: legal, financial, psychological -- and…Continue
Giuseppe Leone, founder of Virtual Mediation Lab, a project sponsored by the Association for Conflict Resolution Hawaii Chapter, believes that online mediation offers two important benefits.First, it can be very useful for resolving disputes when…Continue
Tuesday, September 26, 2017 Michael Lang and Susan Terry will present a 75-min free webinar on reflective practice for mediators, which is titled “Why Do I Make The Choices I Do? Reflective Practice for Mediators – The Artful Mastery of Mediation”…Continue
On August 2, 2017 Suzanne Ghais Ph.D. presented a free 1-hour webinar sponsored by the Association for Conflict Resolution (ACR) International Section. ACR is a professional organization dedicated to enhancing the practice and public understanding…Continue
Many have been calling for peace processes to be more inclusive, particularly of civil society. How this helps promote peace—and how mediators and peacebuilders can help—has been less clear.In this webinar, which is hosted by Virtual Mediation Lab…Continue
On July 12, 2017 a large group of HR professionals and workplace mediators from around the world participated in Should HR Professionals Mediate Internal Workplace Disputes?, a 1-hour webinar hosted by Virtual Mediation Lab and sponsored by…Continue
The Negotiation and Conflict Resolution Program, a part of the Department of Interdisciplinary Studies in Creighton University's Graduate School, provides an interdisciplinary program leading to master's degrees and graduate certificates in negotiation and dispute resolution for students from a variety of fields as well as mid-career professionals.