Talking the Vote: Facilitating Disputed Election Processes through ADR
February 18, 2011 | Ohio Union Round Room
Although Bush v. Gore and, more recently, Coleman v. Franken, made apparent the potential for election disputes—as well as the problems associated with their resolution—procedures for unraveling electoral disagreements remain uncertain and time-consuming at both the state and federal levels.
This year's day-long conference will begin with an examination of the procedures currently used for resolving electoral disputes, as well as the goals which those procedures seek to achieve. The remainder of the day will be spent in discussion of various methods of alternative dispute resolution, the possibility of their help in overcoming the problems associated with litigation of electoral disputes, and the feasibility of their use.
The conference will be followed by a paper symposium issue of the Ohio State Journal on Dispute Resolution. For further information, please contact symposium editors Emily Beach at email@example.com or Andrew Makoski at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Hiro Aragaki
- Howard Bellman
- Joshua Douglas
- Marc Elias
- Edward Foley
- Benjamin Ginsberg
- Rebecca Hulse
- Carrie Menkel-Meadow
- Robert Meadow
- Nancy Rogers
- David Stebenne
- Saul Zipkin
This course has been approved by the Supreme Court of Ohio Commission on Continuing Legal Education for 5.75 total CLE hours instruction.
The Ohio State Journal on Dispute Resolution would like to do everything within its power to satisfy the needs of each symposium participant. Please inform us of any special accommodations requests at (614) 292-7170 as soon as possible.
Registrations cancelled by February 11, 2011, will receive a 50 percent refund by mail. Registrants unable to attend the symposium may designate a substitute.
- 2010 - Codifying Mediation 2.0
- 2009 - The Future of ADR: Incorporating Dispute Resolution Into Society
- 2008 - The Second Generation of Dispute System Design: Reoccurring Problems and Potential Solutions
- 2007 - Alternative Dispute Resolution in End of Life Decisions
- 2006 - Listening to the World: New Ideas for Resolving Identity-Based Conflict
- 2005 - The Collision of Two Ideals: Legal Ethics and the World of Alternative Dispute Resolution