Interdisciplinary and International Perspectives on ADR: Past, Present, and Future

Event Date: Wednesday April 15, 2015
Time: 12:00PM - 1:30PM
Location: Pound Hall 102, Harvard Law School

The Program on Negotiation at Harvard Law School is pleased to present:

Interdisciplinary and International Perspectives on ADR:

Past, Present, and Future


paola dimeglio

Dr. Paola Cecchi-Dimeglio

Editor, Interdisciplinary Handbook of Dispute Resolution

Wednesday, April 15, 2015
12:00 – 1:30PM
Pound Hall 102
Harvard Law School campus

Free and open to the public.  A non-pizza lunch will be provided.

 About the Book:

 Over the last three decades, Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) has developed into a widely accepted field of study and practice.  Interdisciplinary Handbook of Dispute Resolution reflects the diversity of disciplines and the ties between disciplines studying ADR, as well as the bidirectional relationship between ADR theory and practice. It challenges the legal community’s existing understanding of and its relationship to ADR concepts, subject matter, and even its methods.

More than 50 authors contributed to this book, including leading academics and practitioners in the field of ADR from both the English and French speaking world. This edited volume covers, among other things, the interdisciplinary foundations of ADR, the legal and strategic aspects of ADR, the relationship between ADR and organizational studies, the role of lawyers in ADR, and the various modern applications of mediation and arbitration in business and international diplomacy.

About the Speaker:

Dr. Paola Cecchi-Dimeglio (Magistere-DJCE, LL.M., Ph.D.) is a researcher jointly appointed at Harvard Law School and Harvard Kennedy School. She has received several awards for her research on ADR and her achievement in the field. She is co-chair of the ABA IC on the Future of ADR and has been nominated as an Expert-Coordinator for several projects on ADR, lawyers and gender funded by the EU and the UN. Before joining Harvard, she was the Research Director of Comparative Law at the Hague University and practiced law for Landwell & Associés (PWC correspondent) and for Baker & McKenzie. She earned a JD, LL.M., a Magistére-DJCE degree in Common and Civil Law, and a Ph.D. in Social Sciences (Summa Cum Laude) while studying at universities in France, Belgium, and the U.S.A.


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