Dispute Resolution Works-in-Progress Consortium Series: Discovering New Voices in Dispute Resolution
The Dispute Resolution Works-in-Progress Consortium presents:
- Andrew Mamo, Assistant Professor of Law, Northern Illinois University
Against Resolution: Dialogue, Demonstration, and Dispute Resolution – click here for a copy of his work
with comments by Professor Jennifer Reynolds, University of Oregon School of Law
- Gilat Bachar, Visiting Assistant Professor, Villanova University School of Law
The Psychology of Secret Settlements – click here for a copy of her work
with comments by Professor JJ Prescott, University of Michigan Law School
Dispute Resolution Works-in-Progress Consortium Members
- AALS Section on Alternative Dispute Resolution
- ASU Lodestar Dispute Resolution Center
- Cardozo Kukin Program for Conflict Resolution
- Fordham’s Conflict Resolution and ADR Program
- Marquette Dispute Resolution Program
- Maryland Center for Dispute Resolution
- Missouri Center for the Study of Dispute Resolution
- Mitchell Hamline Dispute Resolution Institute
- Oregon Appropriate Dispute Resolution Center
- Ohio State Moritz College of Law Program on Dispute Resolution
- Pepperdine Straus Institute for Dispute Resolution
- Quinnipiac Center on Dispute Resolution
- St. John’s Hugh Carey Center for Dispute Resolution
- Texas A&M Aggie Dispute Resolution Program
- UNLV Saltman Center for Conflict Resolution
For more about this event series, and the Consortium, visit Quinnipiac’s website here.
Moritz’s Program on Dispute Resolution is consistently ranked at the top of U.S. News and World Report’s dispute resolution rankings.
In the past three years, Moritz’s dispute resolution faculty and Divided Communtiy Project have won a number of national awards:
- In 2021, William Froehlich, Nancy Rogers, and Joseph B. “Josh” Stulberg, won the International Institute for Conflict Prevention adn Resolution’s Outstanding Professional Article Award for their publication Sharing Dispute Resolution Practices with Leaders of a Divided Community or Campus: Strategies for Two Crucial Conversations.
- Josh Stulberg received the ABA Section of Dispute Resolution’s 2019 Award for Outstanding Scholarly Work
- In 2018, Ellen Deason won the AALS Section on Alternative Dispute Resolution’s inaugural award for best scholarly article published in print or online in the field of Alternative Dispute Resolution for her article Beyond ‘Managerial Judges’: Appropriate Roles in Settlement.
- In 2018, Nancy Rogers received the International Academy of Mediators Lifetime Achievement Award.
- In 2018, the Divided Community Project recieved ABA Section of Dispute Resolution’s Lawyer as Problem Solver Award.
Select forthcoming and recently-published scholarship:
- Daniel Chee King Chow, A New and Controversial Approach to Dispute Resolution Under the U.S.-China Trade Agreement of 2020, Harv. Negot. L. Rev. (2020).
- Amy Cohen, Living under Value Chains: Contract Farming and Arguments about Bargaining Inequalities, J. Agrarian Change (with Mark Vicol) (forthcoming 2020).
- Amy Cohen, International Dispute Resolution: Cases and Materials (3d ed. 2020, with Mary Ellen O’Connell and Anna Spain Bradley).
- Amy Cohen, A Labor Theory of Negotiation: From Integration to Value Creation, J. L. & Pol. Econ. (2020).
- Amy Cohen, Negotiating the Value Chain: A Study of Surplus and Distribution in Indian Markets for Food, 45 Law & Soc. Inquiry 460 (2020).
- Sarah R. Cole, Discussions in Dispute Resolution (2020, with Art Hinshaw and Andrea Schneider) (includes Comments authored by Amy Cohen, Sarah Cole, Ellen Deason, and Josh Stulberg).
- Sarah R. Cole, Nancy H. Rogers, Mediation: Law, Policy & Practice (2020-21 Supplement, with Craig McEwen, James Coben, and Peter Thompson).
- Sarah R. Cole, Arbitrator Diversity: Can It Be Achieved?, 98 Wash U. L. Rev. 965.
- Ellen E. Deason, Mediators as Witnesses, in Mediator’s Ethics: A Practitioner’s Guide (O. Shapira, ed., forthcoming 2021).
- William Froehlich, Nancy H. Rogers, and Joseph B. Stulberg, Sharing Dispute Resolution Practices with Leaders of a Divided Community or Campus: Strategies for Two Crucial Conversations, Ohio St. J. on Disp. Resol. (2020).
- Nancy H. Rogers and Sarah R. Cole, Dispute Resolution: Negotiation, Mediation, Arbitration. and Other Processes (7th ed. 2020 and Teacher’s Manual with Stephen Goldberg & Frank Sander).
- Joseph B. Stulberg, The Middle Voice (3d ed. 2019, with Lela Love).
- Joseph B. Stulberg, Mediating Disputes That Divide Communities: What Constitutes ‘Success’? 41 J. Pub Pol’y & Prac. (May, 2020).