The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law September 2010
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Pauline Tesler to Speak at Lawrence Negotiation Lecture Sept. 30

The annual Lawrence Negotiation Lecture this year will feature Pauline Tesler, who will be speaking on "Collaborative Practice and Deep Resolution of Client Conflicts." Ms. Tesler is a pioneer in the collaborative law movement, and she will be talking about her experiences and lessons from her many years in the collaborative law field, with an emphasis on practical anecdotes that the students can use for the Lawrence Negotiation Competition. The lecture will take place on September 30, from noon to 1:15pm, in Drinko 348. Lunch will be provided. ››Read More

Lawrence Negotiation Competition October 11-15

The annual Lawrence Negotiation Competition this year is scheduled for October 11-15, the week after fall break. This competition is a chance for any student interested in negotiation to hone their skills, and the winners and runners up qualify as Moritz’s representatives in the regional ABA Law Student Division Negotiation Competition, and can move on to the national competition. ››Read More

Rishi Batra Named New Langdon Fellow

Rishi BatraThis summer Rishi Batra joined the Moritz College of Law as the new Langdon Fellow in Dispute Resolution. The Langdon Fellow works closely with Moritz College of Law professors who teach in the alternative dispute resolution field and supports the Alternative Dispute Resolution Program more generally at Moritz. ››Read More

Spotlight: Summer in Oxford Program

Several Mortiz students had a fantastic summer in England, while learning about ADR. These students participated in the Summer in Oxford Program, which allows students from many different law schools to study at the University of Oxford in Oxford, England, with faculty from both Oxford and Mortiz. The program was co-directed this year by alternative dispute resolution professor Josh Stulberg. ››Read More

Certificate in Dispute Resolution Allows Students to Distinguish Themselves

The Certificate in Dispute Resolution is a way for students interested in dispute resolution to distinguish themselves as qualified to meet the challenges of today’s holistic, problem-solving legal market. Students that complete the requirements for the certificate are honored by the College of Law with a special notation on their transcript as well as a separate document from the JD Diploma, which certifies them as having advanced knowledge and practical experience in the field of dispute resolution. ››Read More

Certificate Hours

If you are a student working towards the certificate, please keep track of your certificate hours, particularly if you have done work over the summer, and submit them to Rishi Batra. We hope that you will find many opportunities to work in the dispute resolution area – whether paid or unpaid- and our goal is to assist you in doing so. If you have any questions about whether something qualifies for certificate credit or any comments/suggestions about how we can achieve our goal in helping you, please contact Rishi Batra at batra.27@osu.edu.
Moritz ADR Links

Moritz Program on Dispute Resolution

Widely regarded as one of the nation's finest programs in the area of Alternative Dispute Resolution, the Moritz ADR program was established in recognition of the need for future lawyers to be trained in an array of dispute resolution methods beyond litigation, including negotiation, mediation, and arbitration. ››Program Home

Ohio State Journal on Dispute Resolution

The Ohio State Journal on Dispute Resolution ("JDR") is a student-initiated, student-run publication and is the official law journal of the American Bar Association's Section on Dispute Resolution. ››JDR Home

Mayhew-Hite Report

The Mayhew-Hite Report is a quarterly report focused on dispute resolution developments across the nation. It is run by the editors and staff of the Ohio State Journal on Dispute Resolution. ››Mayhew-Hite Report Home

Indisputably

Indisputably is a blog operated by law professors from around the United States concentrating on issues involving dispute resolution. ››Indisputably Home

Bridge Initiative @ Mershon and Moritz

The Bridge Initiative, which combines resources from Moritz College of Law and the Mershon Center for International Securities Studies, is an indispensable resource for those doing research in issues involving dispute resolution. ››Bridge Initiative Home
Contact Us

The Ohio State University
Moritz College of Law
55 West 12th Ave.
Columbus, Ohio 43210-1391
moritzlaw.osu.edu

Erin Archerd
Langdon Fellow in Dispute Resolution
(614) 688-4192
archerd.1@osu.edu

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.