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Professor Schmitz presents on blockchain at IEEE conference

Professor Amy J. Schmitz will present on the use of blockchain to further healthcare data security as part of an interdisciplinary panel, “Future of Healthcare Policy and Regulation in the Digital Age,” October 15 from 2 pm – 3:30 pm EDT at Applied Imagery Pattern Recognition (AIPR) annual workshop. The special session will allow participants to focus on healthcare issues,…

Professor Schmitz presents on technology and mediation

Professor Amy J. Schmitz will present on the panel, “Envisioning Mediation for a New Generation – Where Should We Go? Technology and New Generational Expectations,” as part of the Mediation 20/20: Navigating Mediation’s Best Future Conference. This will commemorate Mediate.com’s 25th Anniversary and take place on Sept. 30 – Oct. 2, 2020 (via Zoom). Professor Schmitz will join other experts…

Professor Schmitz writes chapter for book published by Universidad de Medellín

Professor Amy J. Schmitz has published an article that was translated into Spanish for inclusion in a book that brings together research shared during the XIII Congreso Internacional de Derecho Procesal in Medellín, Colombia: Amy J. Schmitz, Promoviendo la protección del consumidor a través de la solución de conflictos en línea, en Agudelo Mejía, D. A. et al. (Coordinadores académicos),…

Professor Conklin elected chair-elect of AALS Section on Alternative Dispute Resolution

Professor Carli N. Conklin was elected chair-elect of the Association of American Law Schools Section on Alternative Dispute Resolution at the AALS annual meeting in January. The Section on Alternative Dispute Resolution promotes members’ interests, activities, and communication of ideas, and provides a forum for discussion of matters of interest in the teaching, research, and improvement of the law and…

Professor Strong to Publish in Houston Law Review

Professor S.I. Strong’s most recent article, “Past as Prologue:  Arbitration as an Early Common Law Court?,” has just been accepted for publication in volume 57 of the Houston Law Review.  The paper was part of the works-in-progress conference associated with the annual CSDR symposium, “Beyond the FAA: Arbitration Procedure, Practice and Policy in Historical…

Professor Schmitz Publishes Article in Notre Dame Journal of Law, Ethics and Public Policy

Professor Amy J. Schmitz published an article, “There’s an ‘App’ for That: Developing Online Dispute Resolution to Empower Economic Development,” 32 Notre Dame J. L. Ethics & Pub. Policy 1 (2018).  The article explores means for using programs that are accessible by mobile device to advance access to justice and economic development in developing markets throughout the world.  The statistics…

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

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 Good Results for Clients and Make Money” and “Are You Missing Opportunities? Mediators as Early Case Managers.” As part of the CSDR’s Stone Soup…