Professor Lande Speaks to Texas Bar ADR CLE and then Blogs a Summary on Indisputably

February 7th, 2018

Professor John Lande was the featured speaker at the Advanced Alternative Dispute Resolution CLE program conducted by the Texas Bar Association on January 26. He gave two presentations:  “Lawyering with Planned Early Negotiation: How You Can Get

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Advice for Lawyers: Professor Lande to Publish in Journal of Dispute Resolution

August 28th, 2015

Professor John Lande wrote “My Last Lecture: More Unsolicited Advice for Future and Current Lawyers,” which will be published in the Journal of Dispute Resolution this fall. This essay builds on a similarly-titled article that former MU

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Prof. Lande Featured in Video on Misrepresentation in Negotiation

September 5th, 2014

Prof. John Lande was one of 17 leading faculty around the country who videotaped a class for a website developed by the ABA Section of Dispute Resolution and Suffolk University Law School. This class was from the

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Teaching Legal History Focus of Essay by Prof. Abrams

November 6th, 2013

The October issue of the American Journal of Legal History presented a symposium on “Teaching Legal History in U.S. Law Schools.” The symposium contains essays about techniques, objectives, lawyering skills and other questions from more than 30

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Wake Forest Law Review Publishes Prof. Abrams’ Article About Lawyers’ Plagiarism in Court Filings

March 13th, 2013

The Wake Forest Law Review has published Prof. Doug Abrams’ latest article, “Plagiarism in Lawyers’ Advocacy: Imposing Discipline for Conduct Prejudicial to the Administration of Justice.” Courts have found or intimated that when a lawyer’s brief and

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