The Program on Negotiation at Harvard Law School will host the Third Annual Dispute Resolution Works-in-Progress Workshop.
The workshop will be held in Cambridge on Friday, November 13th and Saturday, November 14th until 1:00PM.
For this year’s workshop the Steering Committee includes Andrea Schneider, and Art Hinshaw, each of whom hosted an earlier workshop.
Needless to say, we have an expansive view of dispute resolution and negotiation. We will welcome attendance not simply from law professors and academics in other relevant disciplines but also from working professionals with scholarly interests. So please spread the word to all.
My colleagues and I look forward to seeing you this fall.
Robert H. Mnookin
The Third Annual AALS Dispute Resolution Section Works-in-Progress Conference will be held at the Harvard Law School in Cambridge on Friday November 13th (all day) and Saturday November 14th (until 1:00PM).
For those needing a hotel room, the Sheraton Commander Hotel (only a couple of blocks from the law school) has reserved a block of rooms for Thursday through Sunday at the conference rate of $179 per night. If you want to take advantage of this special conference rate you can register with the hotel online, or contact the hotel at (617) 547-4800 and indicate that you are part of the “Works-in-Progress Conference.” Reservations made after October 22nd will not be eligible for the conference rate.
If you expect to attend please email Caryn May, firstname.lastname@example.org, to allow us to get a proper head count for planning purposes. We look forward to seeing you in Cambridge in November.
Click here to download the schedule.
Presenters and Topics
Please click on the title of the presentation below to download a copy of the abstract for that presentation.
“Judicial review for class action arbitrations”
Kristen Blankley from Squire, Sanders & Dempsey L.L.P
“The Path Between Sebastian’s Hospitals”
Jonathan Cohen from University of Florida’s Levin College of Law
“Letting the arbitrator decide? Unconscionability and the allocation of authority between courts and Arbitrators”
Karen Cross from The John Marshall Law School
“Lost in Litigation: The Surprising Frequency, Causes and Potential Cures for Abandoned Medical Malpractice Claims”
Dwight Golann from Suffolk University Law School
“The Impact of the Supreme Court’s 2008-09 Term on Resolving Workplace Discrimination Disputes Through Arbitration”
Michael Green from Texas Wesleyan University School of Law
Scott Hughes from University of Georgia
“Arbitration, Bankruptcy, and Public Policy: A Contractarian Analysis”
Paul Kirgis from St. John’s University School of Law
“China’s Environmental Mediation: Past Popularity, Present Challenges & Future Revitalization”
Anne Marie Liu from Vermont Law School
“Merging in the Shadow of the Law: Why Judicial Efficiency Analysis Matters”
Jamie Moffitt from University of Oregon School of Law
“Integrating Non-Litigation Dispute Resolution into the Core Legal Curriculum: Theory and Practice”
Sean Nolon from Vermont Law School
“Class Arbitration Outside the United States: Reading the Tea Leaves”
Stacie Strong from University of Missouri
“Arbitral Precedent: A Theoretical and Empirical Inquiry”
Mark Weidemaier from University of North Carolina
“Towards a Natural History of Conflict Resolution”
Doug Yarn from Georgia State University
Gregory Jones from Georgia State University College of Law