The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law November 2014
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PDR on the Road: Summer and Fall Presentations and Happenings

For those who miss the friendly faces of PDR faculty, Sarah Cole, Nancy Rogers, and Josh Stulberg were all featured in a new series of ADR teaching videos created by the ABA Section on Dispute Resolution and the Suffolk University Law School. Speaking of Nancy Rogers, her book Designing Systems and Processes for Managing Disputes (co-authored with Harvardís Robert Bordone and Frank Sander, and Bowdoin Collegeís Craig McEwen) was cited as one of the main forces behind a Brazilian project to develop a conflict resolution process for a decades-old dispute over the creation of Brazilís Serra da Canastra National Part. More information about the project can be found at CANASTRA: Justice and Reconciliation. Negotiations and Legal Writing Professor Katrina Lee presented at the Legal Writing Institute Conference in Philadelphia at the end of June, speaking with Professor Kim Jordan on how they collaborate to teach family and juvenile law in the 1L legal writing classroom. Professor Sarah Cole delivered both a talk and some killer serves at the Southeastern Association of Law Schools (SEALS) Conference in August. She first spoke about her article, "Giving Meaning to Exceeding the Powers: Enforcing Party Limits on Arbitrator Remedial Authority," and then went on to win the doubles tournament with tennis partner and Pepperdine Law professor Maureen Weston. Later that month, Sarah Cole gave a presentation at the annual Ohio State Employment Relations Board Conference on "Effective Use of Evidence in Fact-Finding." Professor Josh Stulberg has travelled near and far promoting dispute resolution. He traveled to Bangkok in August at the invitation of the Secretary-General of the Office of the Judiciary for Thailand to conduct an advanced mediator training program for 28 practicing judges from throughout Thailand. More recently, he presented a workshop in Cincinnati with recent Moritz graduates Luke Fedlam and Charles Noble at the annual conference of the Association for Conflict Resolution on October 8, 2014. The topic of their 90-minute presentation was "Confronting Injustice with Authentic Voices: Effective Advocacy Skills in Contentious Public Controversies." Langdon Fellow in Dispute Resolution Erin Archerd travelled to Las Vegas in October to present her paper on "Response to Intervention: Rising Tide or Leaky Ship?" promoting expanded use of ADR in school disputes at the Society of American Law Teachers (SALT) Biennial Teaching Conference. She did not have time for tennis, but she did complete her second half-marathon the week before as part of a running team that included fellow Moritz faculty Ruth Colker, Cinnamon Carlarne, and Ingrid Mattson, and Otterbein professor Kristin Reninger.
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The Caucus, the newsletter published by the Moritz Program on Dispute Resolution, is designed to share ADR news with the Moritz community and beyond, as well as provide Moritz students with information regarding externship and employment opportunities. Questions regarding this publication should be directed to Erin Archerd, Langdon Fellow in Dispute Resolution.