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Professor Reuben Publishes on Mindfulness in Law Study

Professor Richard Reuben has co-authored “Can Mindfulness Help Law Students with Stress, Focus, and Well-being? An Empirical Study of 1Ls at a Midwestern Law School” with Professor Kennon Sheldon, University of Missouri Department of Psychology. The article reports on research conducted with first-year law students in 2013 and 2014 who volunteered to train and practice mindfulness as a way to…

Center for the Study of Dispute Resolution Co-sponsoring Mediation Week Events

The American Bar Association Mediation Week – “Mediation, Civil Discourse, and ABA 2011 Resolution 108” –  is Oct. 14–20.  The Center for the Study of Dispute Resolution is co-sponsoring several events with The Communications Center and the Association of Missouri Mediators (AMM). Sarah Read of The Communications Center will provide a skills workshop from 2-5 p.m. on Monday, Oct. 15. The…

Professor Reuben Publishes Article in Boston College Law Review

The Boston College Law Review recently published an article by Professor Richard Reuben. “Rethinking the Rule of Legal Negotiations: Confidentiality under Federal Rule 408 and Related State Laws,” 59 Boston College Law Review 523 (2018), considers the need to revise Federal Rule 408 in light of the many exceptions to the rule, as well as changes in legal negotiation since…

Professor Reuben Comments on Possible Campaign Finance Law Issue in St. Louis County

Inquiries into a long-term lease for office space for St. Louis County offices at the former Northwest Plaza in St. Ann, Mo., have now shifted focus to the campaign manager for St. Louis County Executive Steve Stenger. A recent story in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch provides an update on the St. Louis County Council’s hearings about the lease, and the…

Professor Reuben Quoted on Use of Campaign Funds

The St. Louis Post-Dispatch recently quoted Professor Richard Reuben in an article regarding Missouri Governor Eric Greitens’ use of campaign funds. The article, “Greitens Campaign Paid to Bring in Candidate for Top Missouri Schools Job, Report Shows,” discusses the criticism surrounding Governor Greitens’ alleged attempts to nominate members of the state school board who will remove the current commissioner and…

Professor Reuben Addresses Donor Privacy with Politically-Active Nonprofits

Professor Richard Reuben recently spoke to the Springfield News-Leader regarding an interview Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens did on KMOX Radio in St. Louis. In the interview with host Mark Reardon, Gov. Greitens compared donors making political contributions to A New Missouri, a nonprofit organization run by his senior adviser, campaign treasurer and attorney, to casting ballots in secret. The comments…