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The Future of Mediation Project

Started Oct 11, 2017 0 Replies

 This forum is dedicated to discussion of issues related to the Future of Mediation project, described below:The Future of Mediation This project, undertaken jointly by Noam Ebner and Alyson Carrel,…Continue

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Practical Tech Tools Course for Mediators and ADR Professionals

Started this discussion. Last reply by ADRhub.com - Creighton NCR Jul 9, 2013. 1 Reply

July 10th - August 7thTaught by: Dan Raineyhttp://www.thecenter.org/courses/ Continue

2013 ODR International Forum - Montreal!

Started May 12, 2013 0 Replies

Hi everyone -Registration for the International Forum on Online Dispute Resolution (Montreal June 16 - 18) is open at http://www.odr2013.orgThis…Continue

Associate Ombudsperson - UC Berkeley

Started Apr 23, 2013 0 Replies

Job Opportunity: University of California, BerkeleyAssociate Ombudsperson #15484 The Staff Ombuds Office is an independent department that provides informal conflict resolution and problem-solving…Continue

 

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Resources for ADR, Conflict and Negotiation Teachers Transitioning Courses Online

Sharon Press and I gave a webinar last week on conducting simulations in courses transitioning to Zoom and other videoconferencing platforms. The video is available here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Hdz-NI6Xr4&Feel very welcome to view and to share. Our thanks to the…See More
Mar 25
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How Much Justice Can You Afford?

It is one of the oldest lawyer jokes in the book, and its punchline is about to change.Remember the New Yorker cartoon, in which a lawyer and their client sit at a table, and the lawyer assesses the client’s legal problem? “You have a pretty good case,” the lawyer informs him, “How much justice can you afford?”The client’s response is unvoiced in the cartoon, but moving beyond the punchline, one can imagine the client’s heart sinking, realizing they may not be able to afford all the justice…See More
Feb 7
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New Book: Litigation Interest and Risk Assessment

When John Lande gave me a preview of his new book (written with Michaela Keet and Heather Heavin)  Litigation Interest and Risk Assessment, I read it in one gulp. It was everything they never taught me in law school, and many of the mistakes I’ve seen lawyers make while counseling their clients in mediation, all rolled into one.The book explains how lawyers, mediators, and settlement conference judges can help parties can…See More
Jan 27
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Fieldwide Governance for ODR - Video Conversation with Prof. Amy Schmitz

Only four years ago, John Zeleznikow and I wrote an article on field-wide governance for the field of Online Dispute Resolution. Published in Negotiation Journal, it was called  No Sheriff in Town: Governance for the ODR Field.Four years is a millennia, in ODR terms.ODR is now mainstream, institutionalized, and coming soon to a courthouse near you. The number and nature of players in the…See More
Jan 13
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Negotiation and Conflict Resolution Program Annual Impact Report

Read our Annual Impact Report, detailing the work, activities, and achievements of Creighton University's NCR Program and 2040 Initiative for 2019-2020.See More
Dec 4, 2019
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Reflections on the International Forum on ODR (Oct/ 2019)

Back from ODR 2019, which focused this year on ODR's entry into the court system - which is without a doubt the fastest-developing phenomenon I've ever seen in the legal or the conflict fields.  I’d like to share some thoughts with those of you who are interested in that these developments. 1) It was just as amazing to hear judges and senior court administration speaking about ODR as a centerpiece of their vision for their courts, as it was to hear them speak that way about ADR 20 years ago.…See More
Oct 31, 2019
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Star Wars and Conflict Resolution - Call for Chapter Proposals

CALL FOR CHAPTER PROPOSALS:Star Wars and Conflict ResolutionEditors: Noam Ebner (Creighton University) and Jen Reynolds (University of Oregon)We seek proposals for chapters in a book combining the knowledge and science of the conflict resolution field with the rich narrative universe of the Star Wars movie saga.Format: The book, tentatively titled Star Wars and Conflict Resolution,will be an edited collection of essays (4-5000 words each) by conflict resolution experts in academia and practice.…See More
Oct 7, 2019
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Oct 1, 2019
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Workshop (Omaha and Online) (Free) - Conflict Resolution Training and Workplace Performance of Healthcare Professionals

Are you curious about the link between conflict resolution education and, job satisfaction of healthcare professionals and outcomes for patients? The Creighton University Negotiation & Conflict Resolution - NCR​ Program has the workshop for you!For those who cannot join us in person but would like to tune in online, you may join on Zoom. Instructions in the event invitation below.The Impact and Effectiveness of Conflict Resolution Education on the Workplace Performance of Healthcare…See More
Sep 10, 2019
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Resources for conflict, negotiation and ADR teachers - shared by other teachers

2019 Resource Share!Sharon Press and Bobbi McAdoo of Mitchell-Hamline School of Law have once again shared the harvest of the annual Resource Share session they conduct at the ABA's Section of Dispute Resolution annual conference. This year, the compilation has grown so large, that it is broken down into two documents, one containing teaching ideas and exercises, and the…See More
Aug 5, 2019
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Aug 2, 2019
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Sometimes they choose mediation, sometimes they don't. How do they choose?

Check out this article, winner of the AALS Section on ADR's Best Article of 2018 award, in which Donna Shestowsky explores how litigants make their decisions as to which dispute resolution process to choose.See More
May 3, 2019

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What is your profession and title?
Professor of Negotiation and Conflict Resolution, Creighton University
What is your ADR experience? (trainings and education)
In addition to some 15+ years in mediation and negotiation practice, I've had the good fortune to teach these topics in beautiful places around the world. For the past decade, I've been concentrating most of my teaching in one of the most beautiful places of them all: the Internet.
What are you hoping to get from ADRhub.com
I'm looking forward to seeing how social and professional connections are formed between the wonderful people in this field, and to learn how to better the flow of knowledge and relationships in the online world.
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http://law.creighton.edu/wernerinstitute
What else do you want to tell the ADRhub.com community (what you are up to, what you would like to do in ADR, etc.)
Feel free to follow my work on SSRN!
http://ssrn.com/author=425153
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Noam Ebner's Blog

Resources for ADR, Conflict and Negotiation Teachers Transitioning Courses Online

Posted on March 25, 2020 at 11:45am 0 Comments

Sharon Press and I gave a webinar last week on conducting simulations in courses transitioning to Zoom and other videoconferencing platforms. The video is available here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Hdz-NI6Xr4&

Feel very welcome to view and to share. Our…

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How Much Justice Can You Afford?

Posted on February 7, 2020 at 9:03am 0 Comments

It is one of the oldest lawyer jokes in the book, and its punchline is about to change.

Remember the New Yorker cartoon, in which a lawyer and their client sit at a table, and the lawyer assesses the client’s legal problem? “You have a pretty good case,” the lawyer informs him, “How much justice can you afford?”

The client’s response is unvoiced in the cartoon, but moving beyond the punchline, one can imagine the client’s heart sinking,…

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New Book: Litigation Interest and Risk Assessment

Posted on January 27, 2020 at 10:39pm 0 Comments

When John Lande gave me a preview of his new book (written with Michaela Keet and Heather Heavin)  Litigation Interest and Risk Assessment, I read it in one gulp. It was everything they never taught me in law school, and many of the mistakes I’ve seen lawyers make while counseling their clients in mediation, all rolled into one.

The book explains how lawyers, mediators, and settlement…

Continue

Fieldwide Governance for ODR - Video Conversation with Prof. Amy Schmitz

Posted on January 13, 2020 at 4:00pm 0 Comments

Only four years ago, John Zeleznikow and I wrote an article on field-wide governance for the field of Online Dispute Resolution. Published in Negotiation Journal, it was called  …

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Comment Wall (10 comments)

At 3:47pm on August 23, 2010, Susan M Diehl said…
Hi Noam! Ready for a new cohort to come in and engage you in lively debate about the Prisoner's Dilemma?
At 10:32am on August 24, 2010, Kim Hubble said…
Hey there! Thanks for friending me!!
At 7:20am on January 12, 2011, Deena Ramadan said…
Thanks Noam!
At 4:25am on March 19, 2011, David Silvera said…

  Thank you.

 

 

david

At 1:23am on March 21, 2011, Scott Clark said…
Thanks Noam!!
At 8:15am on July 22, 2011, John C. Turley said…
Shalom Noam:
I co-mediated the other day with a senior mediator who conducted the session contrary to most of what I learned at CU. Instead of following the principles of facilitative mediation, it was a gestalt session in the former, transformative and evaluative mediation. The mediator openly took sides with the plaintiff. Further, the mediator lectured both parties on "right conduct" and following the righteous path. A settlement was reached;however, this would be an interesting case study in what not to do. My head is still spinning. My plan is to avoid her in the future since I have enough bad habits already. I thought that you would be amused and certainly not aghast since you've probably seen and heard everything at this point. HOK A CHAINIK

JCT
At 7:12am on September 25, 2011, Firas Alsalih said…

Hi Noam,  Thanks for accepting my friend request.  I am very new to ADRHub and the ADR community, but I have applied to the online MS NDR program at the Werner Institute, so I hope we have a chance to meet (online and in person) in the very near future.  I am very excited about joining the program, and from the extensive research I've done, you certainly have developed one of the best online programs in the field.

Best regards,

Firas Alsalih

At 12:46am on October 21, 2011, Michael Hexner said…
Thanks for the death match, the ride and then class, not necessarily in that order. It's all been so much more than I expected...grudge match is on the slate...
At 4:21pm on October 26, 2011, Alec C. Stetzer said…
L-R - Benjamin, Me, Patrick, Morgan, Erin, Katherine
At 2:18am on May 7, 2012, Arik Segal said…

Thanks for the welcome Noam! Looking forward for learning more about this platform..

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